TEFL worksheets and activities - Gerund or Infinitive?

- Gerund or Infinitive?

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Aim To practise the use of gerund or infinitive after different verbs
Activity Students complete sentences
Organisation Pair work
Preparation Make enough copies of the worksheet for the number of students in your class
What do I do? 1 Hand out the worksheet.
2 Students complete the sentences by choosing verbs from the list and putting them in the correct form.
3 Students ask each other questions 1-5

VISIT
GO (x2)
MOVE
EAT (x2)
WRITE
BUY
HAVE
STAY

1. Do you enjoy ________________ to football matches?
2. Have you ever considered ________________ to another country?
3. What time did you finish ________________ breakfast this morning?
4. Do you want ________________ at home tonight?
5. Do you plan ________________ a holiday soon?
6. She hasn't finished ________________ the report yet.
7. The sun was shining so I decided ________________ for a walk.
8. She has a toothache. She needs ________________ the dentist!
9. I can't really afford ________________ a new car at the moment.
10. I normally avoid ________________ unhealthy food.

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