Gerund, Infinitive, or Both?


Some verbs can only take a gerund, some can only take an infinitive, and some can take both. Make the correct choice.
  1. John stopped __________ because it was bad for his health.
    1. smoking
    2. to smoke
    3. smoking or to smoke

  2. She plans __________ a trip during her vacation.
    1. taking
    2. to take
    3. taking or to take

  3. When do you think he will begin __________ for the big test?
    1. studying
    2. to study
    3. studying or to study

  4. After you finish __________, would you please do the dishes?
    1. eating
    2. to eat
    3. eating or to eat

  5. I really like __________.
    1. traveling
    2. to travel
    3. traveling or to travel

  6. I always avoid __________ more than two hours to cook dinner.
    1. taking
    2. to take
    3. taking or to take

  7. Alice suggested __________ out for dinner at a Chinese restaurant.
    1. going
    2. to go
    3. going or to go

  8. She can't stand __________ that TV show.
    1. watching
    2. to watch
    3. watching or to watch

  9. I really enjoy _________ a good movie.
    1. seeing
    2. to see
    3. seeing or to see

  10. John offered __________ the groceries into the house.
    1. carrying
    2. to carry
    3. carrying or to carry