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) a continuous form of the verb



) to travel

) to have been travelling

) travelling

) having travelled

 

* Supply the correct form of the appropriate verbal:

I meant an evening paper but I didnt see anyone selling them.

) buying

) to buy

) to have bought

) to be buying

* Supply the correct form of the appropriate verbal:

She remembers to school for the first time.

) to go

) going

) having gone

) to have gone

 

* Supply the correct form of the appropriate verbal:

I was lonely at first, the old man admitted, but after a time I got used to alone.

) to live

) living

) having lived

) to have been living

 

* Supply the correct form of the appropriate verbal:

Next time we go , remember to ask the instructor for very clear directions.

) to dive

) dive

) diving

) to diving

 

* Supply the correct form of the appropriate verbal:

Did you advise him to the police?

) to go

) go

) going

) to be going

 

* Supply the correct form of the appropriate verbal:

What would you recommend ?

) to do

) to be doing

) doing

) do

 

* Supply the correct form of the appropriate verbal:

However hard she tried she could not help about it.

) to think

) think

) thinking

) to be thinking

 

* Supply the correct form of the appropriate verbal:

Did you remember the door?

) to lock

) to have locked

) locking

) having locked

 

* Supply the correct form of the appropriate verbal:

Steve hates the phone and very often just lets it ring.

) to answer

) answering

) to be answering

) answer

 

* Supply the correct form of the appropriate verbal:

Would you like me today?

) to join

) joining

) to be joining

) to be joined

 

* Supply the correct form of the appropriate verbal:

Stop such a terrible noise.

) to make

) making

) to be making

) to be made

 

* Supply the correct form of the appropriate verbal:

He was going on on her nerves.

) to get

) getting

) to be getting

) to getting

 

 

* Supply the correct form of the appropriate verbal:

Does your son regret home?

) to leave

) leaving

) to be leaving

) being left

 

* Supply the correct form of the appropriate verbal:

After driving for three hours we stopped .

) eating

) having eaten

) to eat

) to be eating

 

* Supply the correct form of the appropriate verbal:



If you have a headache, try aspirin.

) taking

) to take

) to be taking

) having taken

 

* Supply the correct form of the appropriate verbal:

I shall never forget her act on the stage.

) seeing

) having seen

) to see

) to have seen

 

* Supply the correct form of the appropriate verbal:

What would you advise on such rainy weather?

) to do

) to be doing

) doing

) do

 

* Supply the correct form of the appropriate verbal:

I appreciate the time to help me.

) to take

) taking

) to be taking

) being taken

 

* Supply the correct form of the appropriate verbal:

He avoided Mary the truth because he knew she would be angry.

) telling

) to tell

) to have told

) being told

 

 

* State the category of the -ing form:

She watched her father sitting on the veranda.

) a participle

) a gerund

) a verbal noun

) a continuous form of the verb

 

* State the category of the -ing form:

The book is worth reading.

) a participle

) a gerund

) a verbal noun

) a continuous form of the verb

 

* State the category of the -ing form:

On trying the door of the girls room, she found it still locked.

) a participle

) a gerund

) a verbal noun

) a continuous form of the verb

 

 

* State the category of the -ing form:

She didnt move leaning against the wall.

) a participle

) a gerund

) a verbal noun

) a continuous form of the verb

 

* State the category of the -ing form:

He listened to the tapping for a while before she finally got up.

) a participle

) a gerund

) a verbal noun

) a continuous form of the verb

 

* State the category of the -ing form:

He stopped angrily looking for words.

) a participle

) a gerund

) a verbal noun

) a continuous form of the verb

 

* State the category of the -ing form:

I distinctly recalled hearing someone move about upstairs.

) a participle

) a gerund

) a verbal noun

) a continuous form of the verb

 

* State the category of the -ing form:

Then came a loud ringing of a bell, mingled with some noise.

) a participle

) a gerund

) a verbal noun

) a continuous form of the verb

 

* State the category of the -ing form:

Are you breaking the rules again?

) a participle

) a gerund

) a verbal noun

) a continuous form of the verb

 

* State the category of the -ing form:

Being a doctor he knows that he wont live much longer.

) a participle

) a gerund

) a verbal noun

) a continuous form of the verb

 

* State the category of the -ing form:

He avoided looking into my eyes.

) a participle

) a gerund

) a verbal noun

) a continuous form of the verb

 

* State the category of the -ing form:

He found the beginning of the film somewhat dull.

) a participle

) a gerund

) a verbal noun

) a continuous form of the verb

 

* State the category of the -ing form:

Julia finally admitted being responsible for the problem.

) a participle

) a gerund

) a verbal noun

) a continuous form of the verb

 

* State the category of the -ing form:

Rapid speaking does not make favourable impression.

) a participle

) a gerund

) a verbal noun

) a continuous form of the verb

 

* State the category of the -ing form:

There was sunlight coming in through the shutters.

) a participle

) a gerund

) a verbal noun

) a continuous form of the verb

 

* State the category of the -ing form:

I could feel the sense of growing anxiety.

) a participle

) a gerund

) a verbal noun

) a continuous form of the verb

 

* State the category of the -ing form:

I could even guess what you have been saying.

) a participle

) a gerund

) a verbal noun





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