Monday, April 19, 2010

Gerund Review for Level Five/Six

"My Parents, My Grandparents, and I" by Frida Kahlo, Mexican artist and wife of Diego Rivera

1. I'm interested more about computers. (learn)

2. Louise is planning word processing next semester. (take)

3. They've been responsible their apartment for years. (clean)

4. We're accustomed writing exercises every day. (do)

5. I had a cold. It prevented me the class. (attend)

6. The students succeeded their final exams. (pass)

7. The boss thanked us excellent workers. (be)

8. Are you looking forward Christmas presents? (receive)

9. I don't go swimming because I'm afraid in the ocean. (drown)

10. Bill hasn't worked here very long. Why does he insist a raise? (get)

11. The brave woman prevented the robber the money. (steal)

12. Anita thanked me her move to her new apartment. (help)

13. They are very excited Golden Gate Bridge on their trip to San Francisco. (see)

14. A procrastinator is someone who always puts things. (do)

15. The Jacksons say they are looking forward us over for dinner.

16. Would you this letter on your way home? (mail)

17. Robert doesn't like vegetables. Even though they're good for him, he them. (eat)

18. My wife and I downtown whenever we can. (drive)

19. Don't forget all of the doors before you leave the building. (lock)

20. I my lunch at home. Now, I eat in the cafeteria. (eat)

21. What time do your friends expect in San Francisco? (arrive)

22. I didn't that movie. It was too violent. (watch)

23. Would you that package at the post office on your way to work? (drop off)

24. Did you ever Europe sometime? (visit)

25. My lawyer my divorce. (postpone)

26. I dislike gerunds because they're too difficult. (study)

27. Don't postpone for next semseter. (register)

28. Has the thief finally admitted the expensive painting? (steal)

29. I don't recall my paycheck. (receive)

30. I heard that Bob quit for Acme Construction Company. (work)

31. Do you believe every day? (exercise)

32. I'm tired a double shift. It's sixteen hours a day! (work)

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