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    Ondřej Hofman
  • I offered _______ (help).
    I offered to help.

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  • He enjoys _______ (have) a bath in the evening.
    He enjoys having a bath in the evening.

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  • He agreed _______ (see) me at ten o'clock.
    He agreed to see me at ten o'clock.

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  • Stephanie dislikes _______ (wait) in front of a computer all day.
    Stephanie dislikes waiting in front of a computer all day.

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  • I've finished _______ (read) that book at last!
    I've finished reading that book at last!

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  • Please, remember _______ (feed) the dog while I'm away.
    Please, remember to feed the dog while I'm away.

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  • I'll never forget _______ (see) that van Gogh exhibition in New York.
    I'll never forget seeing that van Gogh exhibition in New York.

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  • Don't forget ______ (post) my letters, please.
    Don't forget to post my letters, please.

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  • She doesn't mind _______ (do) the boring jobs.
    She doesn't mind doing the boring jobs.

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  • Stop _______ (make) noise, please; I’m studying.
    Stop making noise, please; I’m studying.

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  • She promised ______ (take) me there.
    She promised to take me there.

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  • It started _______ (rain).
    It started raining. / It started to rain.

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  • I love______ (read) long novels.
    I love reading long novels. / I love to read long novels.

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  • She stopped the car ______ (see) what happened.
    She stopped the car to see what happened.

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  • They have decided _______ (move) into a new apartment.
    They have decided to move into a new apartment.

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  • We have just begun _______ (eat) dinner.
    We have just begun eating dinner. / We have just begun to eat dinner.

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