Complete each statement.
Complete the sentences for these situations. The first sentence has been completed for you.


Man: “Shall we get married?”
Woman: “Yes, let’s.”
They decided to get married.



Man: “Please help me.”
Woman: “Okay.”
She agreed ___.



Man: “Can I carry your bag for you?”
Woman: “No, thanks. I can manage.”
He offered ___.



Man: “Let’s meet at 8 o’clock.”
Woman: “Okay, fine.”
They arranged ___.



Man: “What’s your name?”
Woman: “I’m not going to tell you.”
She refused ___.



Man: “Please don’t tell anyone.”
Woman: “I won’t. I promise.”
She promised ___.

Complete each sentence with a suitable verb. The first sentence has been completed for you.


Don’t forget to post the letter I gave you.



There was a lot of traffice, but we managed ___ to the airport in time.



Jill has decided not ___ a car.



We’ve got a new computer in our office. I haven’t learnt ___ it yet



Karen failed ___ a good impression at the job interview.



We were all afraid to speak. Nobody dared ___ anything.

Complete each sentence by putting an infinitive or a gerund into the sentence. The first sentence has been completed for you.


When I’m tired, I enjoy watching television. It’s relaxing. (watch)



It was a nice day, so we decided ___ for a walk. (go)



I’m not in a hurry. I don’t mind ___. (wait)



They don’t have much money. They can’t afford ___ out very often. (go)



I wish that dog would stop ___. It’s driving me mad. (bark)

Make a new sentence using the verb in parentheses. The first sentence has been done for you.


You’ve lost weight. (seem)
You seem to have lost weight.



Tom is worried about something. (appear)
Tom appears ___.



You know a lot of people. (seem)
You seem ___.



My English is getting better. (seem)



That car has broken down. (appear)



David forgets things. (tend)



They have solved the problem. (claim)

Complete each sentence using what/how/whether + the following verbs:

do      get      go      ride      say       use

The first sentence has been completed for you.


Do you know how to get to John’s house.



Can you show me ___ this washing machine?



Would you know ___ if there was a fire in the building?



You’ll never forget ___ a bicycle once you’ve learnt.



I was really astonished. I didn’t know ___.



I’ve been invited to the party, but I haven’t decided ___ or not.


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