Gerunds and Infinitives Advanced Level MCQs Test With Answers 3


Gerunds and Infinitives Advanced Level MCQs Test With Answers 3

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  1. Question 9 in ‘Gerunds and Infinitives Advanced Level MCQs Test With Answers 3’ appears to have no right answers since to the best of my knowledge, we have ‘consider doing something’ and ‘fancy doing something’.

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    • There is no problem with the answer.

      1 THINK ABOUT: to think about something carefully, especially before making a choice or decision
      consider doing something
      – I seriously considered resigning (=almost actually resigned).

      2 OPINION:to think of someone or something in a particular way or to have a particular opinion
      consider somebody/something to do something
      – The campaign was considered to have failed.
      For more information study here!

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  2. Test 3 question 8
    İ think the correct answer is C
    See ,notice,observe,feel,hear
    +
    Bare infinitive and ing form of the verb
    But you have choosen B
    See his ability to convey
    I think it is not a correct answer
    If you explain your answer , I’ll be happy
    Thanks in advance

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    • You should focus on the word “ability” not the verb “see”.

      Ability is followed by an infinitive with ‘to’, not by an -ing form.
      – You say: I admire his ability to listen.
      – ✗Don’t say: I admire his ability of listening.

      see somebody/something do something
      – I saw him leave a few minutes ago.

      see somebody/something doing something
      – The suspect was seen entering the building.

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