Complete each sentence with one of these verbs :
- He tried to avoid answering my question.
- Could you please stop making so much noise?
- I enjoy listening to music.
- I considered applying for the job but in the end I decided against it.
- Have you finished washing your hair yet?
- If you walk into the road without looking, you risk to be knocked down.
- Jim is 65 but he isn’t going to retire yet. He wants to carry on working.
- I don’t mind you using the phone as long as you pay for all your calls.
- Hello! Fancy seeing you here! What a surprise!
- I’ve put off writing the letter so many times. I really must do it today.
- What a stupid thing to do! Can you imagine anybody being so stupid?
- Sarah gave up trying to find a job in this country and decided to go abroad.
Complete the sentences so that they mean the same as the first sentence. Use –ing.
- can do what I want and you can’t stop me. You can’t stop me doing what I want.
- It’s not a good idea to travel during the rush hour. It’s better to avoid driving in rush hours
- Shall we go away tomorrow instead of today? Shall we postpone going today untiltomorrow
- The driver of the car said it was true that he didn’t have a licence. The driver of the car admitted saying that he didn’t have a licence.
- Could you turn the radio down, please? Would you mind turning down the radio please?
- Please don’t interrupt me all the time. Would you mind stop interrupting me all the time.
Complete each sentence with a suitable verb.
- Don’t forget to post the letter I gave you
- There was a lot of traffic but we managed to get to the airport in time.
- Jill has decided not to drive a car
- We’ve got a new computer in our office. I haven’t learnt to operate it yet
- I wonder where sue is. She promised not to be late.
- We were all to afraid to speak. Nobody dared to speak anything.
Put the verb into the correct form, to… or –ing. (See Unit 52 for verb + -ing.)
- When I’m tired, I enjoy watching television. It’s relaxing. (watch)
- It was a nice day , so we decided to go for a walk.(go)
- it’s a nice day. Does anyone fancy going for a walk? (go)
- I’m not in a hurry. I don’t mind to wait. (wait)
- They don’t have much money. They cant afford going out very often. (go)
- I wish that dog would stop barking its driving me mad. (bark)
- Our neighbor threatened to call the police if we didn’t stop the noise. (call)
- We were hungry, so I suggested to have dinner early. (have)
- Hurry up ! I don’t want to risk missing the train. (miss)
- Im still lookingfor a job but I hope to find something soon. (find)