Infinitive - Gerund Phrasal Verbs, Questions with Like, As/Like.
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Why did I agree _____ with you? I can't stand it.
We encouraged them _____ a new business.
I'll be back in touch _____ soon _____ possible.
I need to buy all sorts of things _____ socks, shirts and knickers.
The room in our house _____ is most used is the kitchen.
The people _____ work here are very interesting.
I can't stand _____ in an office.
I wasn't allowed _____ out unless they knew where I was going.
I'm looking forward _____ you again soon.
I'll dry the dishes if you _____ them _____.
He's going to have an operation _____ could save his life.
The company _____ he works for is based in Germany.
Toby, _____ parents both died a few years ago, is the same age as me.
We expect you _____ on time.
I'm really looking forward to _____ my new course.
'Oh, dear! The washing machine isn't working. I haven't got any clean clothes, and I've got to go to work. What am I going to do?'
'Don't worry. I'll ___ them all ___. Just go to work.'
The weather was awful. It didn't stop _____ all week.
They can't help us _____ the house.
It's July and the weather's awful! It's _____ in winter!
'Can I _____ these jeans _____ please?'
'Sure. The changing rooms are over there.'
They can't promise _____ the work today.
The fire was so intense that it took the firemen three hours to _____ it _____.
My sister has agreed _____ with the decorating.
I wanted to _____ to you yesterday.
It's freezing. My feet are _____ blocks of ice.
My sister's a teacher _____ me.
I won't be able to go shopping with you today, I'm afraid. I've got a lot to do at the moment.
Can we _____ it _____ till next week?
'We had a new teacher today called Mary.'
'What was she _____?'
I'll see you tomorrow at 11.00 _____ usual.
We've finished _____ the house.