Gerund – infinitive (Intermediate / Upper-Intermediate) Test 14

Gerund - infinitive (Intermediate / Upper-Intermediate) Test 14



Gerund - infinitive
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5 thoughts on “Gerund – infinitive (Intermediate / Upper-Intermediate) Test 14”

  1. He is very skillful at _____ animal noises.
    A being made
    B to make
    C made
    D making
    Note: the correct option is D but here C is given correct why????

  2. Sir, could you explain me why option “C” is correct? In Q#161 test #14 gerund:

    Excuse me. Would you mind _____? It makes it impossible for me to enjoy my meal.
    A my smoking
    B to have smoked
    c not smoking
    D not to smoke

    • Please, check the usages of WOULD YOU MIND below:
      1- Would you mind + If + Simple Past Tense: Would you mind if I closed the door? (Shall I close the door?)
      2- Would you mind + V+ing (gerund): Would you mind closing the door? (Could you please close the door?)
      3- Would you mind + Somebody’s V+ing: Would you mind my brother’s coming with us to the cinema?

      In the question above, you can see the 2nd usage:
      Would you mind not smoking? = Could you please not smoke?

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