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I. Choose the letter of the correct word or words to complete each sentence.
1. Sue has always wanted ________ her own restaurant.
(A) opening
(C) open
(B) to open
(D) she opens
2. She took accounting courses ________ for her business.
(A) prepare
(C) to prepare
(B) prepared
(D) for preparing
3. Last year, she succeeded in __________ a loan from the bank.
(A) getting
(C) her getting
(B) got
(D) to get
4. We all celebrated _______ opening Sue’s Kitchen.
(A) she
(C) she was
(B) hers
(D) her
5. When she first opened, she avoided ________ people to help her.
(A) asked
(C) asking
(B) to ask
(D) their asking
6. She was tired, but we couldn’t _______ her accept our help.
(A) made
(C) making
(B) to make
(D) make
7. At first she was terrible at __________ the place.
(A) she managed
(C) managed
(B) managing
(D) to manage
8. ________ experience is important, so we all told her to keep trying.
(A) Getting
(C) She’s getting
(B) To get
(D) She was getting
9. After a few weeks, she let ________ help her cook.
(A) my
(C) I
(B) mine
(D) me
10. I think she appreciated _________ giving her a hand.
(A) I was
(C) my
(B) I am
(D) mine
11. Recently, she’s been having me _______ entire meals.
(A) preparing
(C) to prepare
(B) prepare
(D) prepared
12. Now she’s finally thinking ________ hiring someone to help.
(A) on
(C) for
(B) about
(D) to
13. A lot of people are afraid of ________ a business, but Sue isn’t.
(A) they own
(C) owning
(B) to own
(D) they’re owning
14. We’re proud of her for _________ such a big decision.
(A) made
(C) makes
(B) to make
(D) making
15. Now we have to make _________ take a vacation.
(A) her
(C) hers
(B) to
(D) she
II. Each sentence has four underlined words or phrases. The four underlined parts
of the sentences are marked A, B, C, or D. Choose the letter of the one underlined
word or phrase that is NOT CORRECT.
1. When I was sixteen, my parents started to let I eat whatever I wanted.
A
B
C
D
2. They stopped to try to make me eat healthy foods.
A
B
C D
3. I had begun working, so I could afford buying fast food.
A
B
C
D
4. Keeping my weight down had never been a problem, so I couldn’t understand I
A
B
C
suddenly gaining fifteen pounds.
D
5. Jogging and ride my bike didn’t help me lose weight, so I asked to see my doctor.
A
B
C
D
6. The doctor had me to write down everything I ate for a week, and she made me
A
B
C
calculate the fat grams.
D
7. I was amazed to find out how much fat fast food contains, and I couldn’t stand eat it
A
B
C
D
anymore.
8. By they let me make mistakes, my parents got me to learn a lesson.
A
B
C
D
III. Put the verb into the correct form: to… or –ing.
1. When I’m tired, I enjoy ……………..television. It’s relaxing. (watch)
2. It was a nice day, so we decided …………for a walk. (go)
3. It’s a nice day. Does anyone fancy …………………for a walk? (go)
4. I’m not in a hurry. I don’t mind ………………… . (wait)
5. They don’t have much money. They can’t afford …………… out very often. (go)
6. I wish that dog would stop ………………. . It’s driving me mad. (bark)
7. Our neighbour threatened ……….. the police if we didn’t stop the noise. (call)
8. We were hungry, so I suggested ……………. dinner early. (have)
9. Hurry up! I don’t want to risk …………..the train. (miss)
10. I’m still looking for a job, but I hope …………something soon. (find)