неличные формы глагола тест

 1.   Open the brackets using Infinitive or Gerund

   1. Try (forget) it; it isn't worth  (worry) about,

2.   There is no point in (remain) in a dangerous place if you cannot (help).

3.   It is not much use of (have) a bicycle if you don't know how (ride) it.

4.   What's the use of (tell) one and the same story over and over again?

5.   I can't help (laugh) at his stupid behavior.

6.   If a thing is worth (do) at all, it is worth  (do) well. (Proverb)

7.   You cannot (make) an omelet without (break) eggs. (Proverb)

8.   It is no use  (cry) over spilt milk. (Proverb)

9.   It is no good (write) to him; he never answers letters.

10.  I am not used to   (drive) on the left.

11.  There is no way of (get) out of the building.

12.  The children were busy (do) homework.


 2. Correct mistakes.

1.   I am looking forward to see you soon.

2.   The two friends refused going to the beach.

3.   She agreed meeting him at 5'oclock.

4.   They suggested to have a meeting on Tuesday.

5.   London museums are worth to visit.

6.   The teacher wanted discuss this problem with Peter's parents.

7. The company decided opening a new office in Chicago.

8. We felt like have a quick snack.

9. The team managed finishing their task in time.

10.  Would you mind open the window?

11.  The audience hesitated asking questions.

12.  It is hard to get used to drive on the left.

 3. Complete the following sentences, using the infinitive with or without to.

1.   The teacher asked us  (listen) to his explanation.

2.   I must(be) very attentive now.

3.   He made the students (write) the composition.

4.   The students seem  (understand) his instructions.

5.   The teacher let us (use) our dictionaries.

6.   The students were seen (use) their dictionaries.

7.   The teacher noticed me (open) my dictionary several times.

8.   I made myself (write) as neatly as I could.

9.   The teacher waited for us (finish) our compositions.

10.  He watched us(work) and did not say anything.

11.  The students were made(collect) their compositions when the bell rang.

12.  The teacher watched the students(leave) the class room.


4. Choose the correct form.

1.  I managed to buy/buy/buying the tickets for the morning tram.

2.  Jack has decided to stop/stop/stopping smoking.

3.  Would you mind repeat/to repeat/repeating that last sentence?

4.  Let's go/to go/going shopping!

5.  You'd better to hurry/hurrying/hurry or you'll miss yeur train.

6.  I am tired of listen/to listen/listening to their complaints.

7. Plants cannot to Hve/live/living without water.

8.   I'd rather to read/read/reading a book than to watch/watch/watching TV.

9.   My little brother is excited about to go/go/going to the Zoo.

10. Please, let me to watch/watch/watching the hockey match.

11. Ted was surprised at to see/see/seeing his son in the street.

12. You must to do/do/doing everything in time.


5. Use the correct preposition and -ing form of the verb in brackets.

1.   I'm looking forward to/for/at (see) you on Sunday.

2.   Please forgive me of/for/from  (interrupt) you.

3.   I got used to/at/for  (live) in such a hot country.

4.   Jenny was very excited with/about/of (go) to the party.

5.   At dinner she was afraid of/by/at (ask) him questions.

6.   He complained of/about/on (have) too much trouble with his request.

7. I have always been interested about/in/on  (learn) about different cultures.

 8. Was he accused in/on/of (shoplift)?

9. The students congratulated their teacher with/on/of (receive) an award.

10.  Were you surprised with/at/of         (hear) this funny announcement?

11.  She had adjusted nicely with/to/at         (live) in the house.

12.  Ann's remark reminded him about/of/on _       (visit) Canada several years ago.