This is our fourth post on the topic of ing-forms and infinitives. Correct use of ing-verb forms and infinitives (to + verb) is essential for those seeking to get a high band score.
We have 3 other quizzes (that include short grammar lessons) to help you with this topic, so if you haven't seen them yet then click the links below:
Gerund or Infinitive? Quiz 1
Gerund or Infinitive? Quiz 2
Gerund or Infinitive? Quiz 3
Can you remember what an infinitive is? Follow the link above to quiz 1 if you need to remind yourself.
|1.||After certain verbs|
|3.||To show the purpose of something|
|4.||In participle clauses|
|5.||As part of a continuous verb tense|
|1.||How about ? (ask/for/help)|
|2.||Students were given the opportunity . (study/abroad)|
|3.||Some parents tend their children. (be/overprotective/their children)|
|4.||Lots of parents ask . (help out/school events)|
|5.||The careers advisor usually starts by . (ask/lots/questions)|
|6.||There are many possible ways of . (discover/correct/answer)|
|7.||Many students find it impossible the correct pronunciation. (produce)|
|8.||for educational research should be a high priority for the next government. (increase/funds)|
|9.||The feedback highlights the poor performance of some pupils as well as . (suggest/some/possible/solutions)|
|10.||My parents taught me that there are many important issues to consider when which course . (choose/which course/study/university)|
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