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Fill in the blanks with the correct form either Gerund or Infinitive of the verb
given in brackets:
1.Avoid--------(mix) with bad boys.
2.I don’t want her--------(know )my address.
3. You made the woman---------(show) you how---------(open) the safe.
4. Nikunj tried---------(write) a poem.
5. Stop--------(talk) now.
6. We use kerosene ----------(cook) our food.
7. She enjoyed---------(bask) in the sun.
8. --------(see) is --------(believe).
9. Rekha intends----------(join) the college.
10. The tree was easy---------(climb).
11. It is no use--------(go) there now.
12. How did you manage--------(reach) there in time?
13. I bought a new---------((dine) table.
14. -----------(smoke) is injurious to health.
15. Please give me something--------(eat)
Rewrite the following sentences using suitable form of the Participle of the
Verbs given in brackets:
1. Everybody worships the----------(rise) sun.
2. The sun-------(rise), the birds began to chirp.
3. ----------(place) the books on the table, he ran away.
4. A---------(break) glass cannot hold water.
5. ---------(hit) by an arrow in the chest, he fell down dead.
6. ---------(see) the film once, I do not want to see it again.
7. ----------(lose) my book, I reported the matter to the teacher.
8. ---------(see) the Principal, the student ran away.
9. --------(work) hard, my sister got good marks.
10.---------(starve) is better than--------(beg).
11.---------(abuse) by his friend, he lost his temper.
12. ---------(reach) home, I asked my mother to make tea.
Combine each of the following pairs of sentences using a Gerund:
1. She laughs. She cannot help it.
2. It was hot. He did not go out.
3. I got ready. I went to the conference.
4. Please move a bit. Would you mind it?
5. She likes to eat chocolates. It is her weakness.
Combine each of the following pairs of sentences using an Infinitive:
1. He has come here. He will see you.
2. He was very weak. He could not go up the stairs.
3. She is coming to Delhi. She will see the Prime Minister.
4. We go to the library. We study there.
5. I shall go to the market. I shall buy some papers.
Combine the following sentences using a Participle:
1. She felt hungry. She went on eating.
2. They finished their breakfast. They boarded the school-bus.
3. The sun had set. We returned home.
4. I do not like this child. He weeps bitterly.
5. I saw a woman. She was crossing the road.
6. I found my brother. He was drinking.
7. It was cloudy. We did not venture out.
8. I threw the pen. It was broken.
9. The traveller lay under a shady tree. He was tired.
10. He won a lottery. He bought a car.
Key to I. Exercise1. Mixing
2. To know
3. Show, to open
4. To write
5. Talking
6. To cook
7. Basking
8. Seeing, believing
9. To join
10. To climb
11. going
12. To reach
13. Dining
14. Smoking
15. To eat
Key to Exercise II.
1. Rising
2. Having risen
3. Placing
4. Broken
5. Hit
6. Having seen
7. Having lost
8. Seeing
9. Having worked
10. Starving, begging
11. Having been abused
12. Having reached
Key to Exercise III.1.She cannot help laughing.
2. It being hot he did not go out.
3. Getting ready, I went to the conference.
4. Would you mind moving a bit?
5. Eating chocolates is her weakness.
Key to Exercise IV.
1. He has come here to see you.
2. He was too weak to go up the
stairs.
3. She is coming to Delhi to see the
Prime Minister.
4. We go to the library to study.
5. I shall go to the market to buy
some papers.
Key to Exercise V.1. Feeling hungry, she went on eating.
2. Having finished their breakfast, they boarded the school
bus.
3. The sun having set, we returned home.
4. I do not like this bitterly weeping child.
5. I saw a woman crossing the road.
6. I found my brother drinking.
7. It being cloudy, we did not venture out.
8. I threw the broken pen.
9. The tired traveller lay down under a shady tree.
10. Having won a lottery, he bought a car.
Prepared byNAMITA VERMA T.G.T.(
English)
J.N.V. Bhiwani