SEE REPORT ? Exercise 4 - Infinitives
Complete the sentences with the infinitive form of the verb. Two are in the negative form.

1. It was late, so we decided (drive) instead of walk.
2. She's lazy. She needs (work) much harder.
3. I like her, but she tends (giggle) too much.
4. The bank agreed (lend) us $20,000 at 2.5% interest.
5. How old were you when you learned (play) the guitar?
6. We decided (go out - negative) because Alex wasn't feeling well.
7. She pretended (notice - negative) me as she passed me in the student center.
8 & 9. We asked how (get) to Old Man Brown's house, but everyone seemed (be) scared when we mentioned his name.
10. Gregory will show you how (prep) the laser capacitors.
11. In this economy, few people can afford (buy) their own houses.
12. Do you know what (do) when there is a chemical emergency in the labs?
13. One day, I hope (be) an interpreter.
14. I intend (graduate) this spring with a 4.0 GPA.
15. I tend (make) bad judgments under pressure.


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