Gerunds and Infinitives 15

Multiple Choice Exercise

Choose the correct answer for each gap below, then click the "Check" button to check your answers.
HINT: This quiz focuses on whether verbs can be followed by a gerund, a noun + infinitive, or BOTH. For more information, read Gerunds and Infinitives Part 2.

1. Debbie urged the Eiffel Tower while they were in Paris.

2. I remember up at 4:30 AM to make it to work on time.

3. The math teacher doesn't allow calculators.

4. Sallie wanted longer, but I was so tired that we had to leave.

5. The Japanese teacher encouraged in class.

6. The consultant advised costs.

7. I need me move the table.

8. The zoo keeper permitted the snake.

9. Do you mind a few more minutes?

10. The hiking course requires in the snow.
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