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Gerund / Participle / Infinitive quiz

Traffic

She tried to arrive early, but there was too much traffic.

The party

We decided to go to the party.

Choose the correctly formed question

Are they looking forward to going to the concert?

Choose the correctly formed sentence

I could not avoid hitting the car in front of me. Hitting is being used as a noun. It is a gerund. We can say "I could not avoid the car."

The violin

Did you learn to play violin when you were a child?

The report

Sally and Ken will continue to write their report.

The cottage

Did they manage to find the cottage or did they get lost?

Should they?

Should they study more?

Choose the correctly formed sentence

Brushing the dog is fun.

Choose the correctly formed question

Are they good at gardening? Gardening is being used as a noun. It is a gerund. We can say "Are they good at tennis?"

Choose the correctly formed sentence

I really enjoy playing video games.

Lemonade

They were playing and stopped to drink some lemonade. They were playing. They stopped playing. They wanted to drink some lemonade. The STOPPED PLAYING to DRINK.

Choose the correclty formed sentence

They have been dreaming of going to Bali for years.

What would you say?

Skating is fun! Skating is being used as a noun.

Choose the correctly formed question.

Who's attending the meeting? Who is attending the meeting. This is the present progressive verb tense. It is not a verbal being used as an adjective or a noun.

Tennis

They couldn't play tennis because it was raining.

Marshmellows

They attempted to roast marshmallows on the fire. They must really enjoy camping.

Choose the correctly formed sentence

It is an interesting book. Interesting is being used as an adjective.

The boat

Did their friends let them use their boat?

Choose the correctly formed sentence

After finishing the cake, we are having tea. Finishing is a gerund. We can say "After the cake, we are having tea." Are having is the present continuous tense being used to talk about the future. Having is a present participle.


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