Upper Level Vocabulary Test 3

Upper Level Vocabulary Test 3



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  1. Hi:)
    Upper Level Vocabulary Test 3, question 39:
    your correct answer is “intend”, but what follows in the sentence cannot be “going”, I think:)
    “intend to do ” We need “to inf.” Right?
    Thank you!

    • Hello Veselina! In fact, both “intend to do something” and “intend doing something” can be used. Please, look at the explanation below taken from Longman Dictionary!

      in‧tend (verb [transitive])
      1 to have something in your mind as a plan or purpose → intention

      intend to do something

      I intend to spend the night there.

      intend somebody/something to do something

      I didn’t intend her to see the painting until it was finished.

      I never intended things to turn out the way they did.

      intend that

      It is intended that these meetings will become a regular event.

      intend doing something

      We intend looking at the situation again.

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      In everyday English, people usually say plan to do something or plan on doing something, rather than intend to do something or intend doing something:

      I plan to spend the night there.

      I didn’t plan on things taking so long. OR I didn’t plan for things to take so long.

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