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2 ADMIT doing ADMIT doing ANTICIPATE doing ANTICIPATE doing AVOID doing AVOID doing CONSIDER doing CONSIDER doing CONTEMPLATE doing CONTEMPLATE doing DENY doing DENY doing FEEL LIKE doing FEEL LIKE doing FANCY doing FANCY doing GIVE UP doing GIVE UP doing QUIT doing QUIT doing IMAGINE doing IMAGINE doing INVOLVE doing INVOLVE doing CONSIST OF doing CONSIST OF doing LOVE doing LOVE doing ADORE doing ADORE doing MENTION doing MENTION doing POSTPONE doing POSTPONE doing PUT OFF doing PUT OFF doing DELAY doing DELAY doing REGRET doing REGRET doing REPENT doing REPENT doing PRACTISE doing PRACTISE doing RESENT doing RESENT doing RISK doing RISK doing APPRECIATE doing APPRECIATE doing VERBS FOLLOWED BY A GERUND DREAD doing DREAD doing MISS doing MISS doing SUGGEST doing SUGGEST doing DISLIKE doing DISLIKE doing DETEST doing DETEST doing LOATHE doing LOATHE doing MIND doing MIND doing SPEND TIME doing SPEND TIME doing

3 ADMIT DOING It was clear that her parents wouldn’t believe her for the second time, so little Jenny had to admit breaking the vase. He is cross with us, but he won’t say that this is true. with us. He won’t ANGRY ADMIT BEING ANGRY Click for a sentence transformation exercise. Use the key word that appears on the right to complete the sentence with a maximum of 4 other words. TO STATE UNWILLINGLY THAT YOU HAVE DONE SOMETHING OR SOMETHING IS TRUE HOME PAGE VERBS FOLLOWED BY A GERUND

4 ANTICIPATE DOING We had a aa anticipated spending some marvellous time in the Mediterranean village, but everything turned topsy-turvy. Nobody thought they would have to work on the farm. on the farm. No one WORK ANTICIPATED HAVING TO WORK Click for a sentence transformation exercise. Use the key word that appears on the right to complete the sentence with a maximum of 4 other words. TO EXPECT THAT SOMETHING WILL HAPPEN HOME PAGE VERBS FOLLOWED BY A GERUND

5 APPRECIATE DOING Who doesn’t a aa appreciate earning money without having to go somewhere to work? The ride along the coastline was beautiful and relaxing. coastline. I APPRECIATED APPRECIATED RIDING ALONG Click for a sentence transformation exercise. Use the key word that appears on the right to complete the sentence with a maximum of 4 other words. TO LIKE OR ADMIRE GREATLY HOME PAGE VERBS FOLLOWED BY A GERUND

6 AVOID DOING Students should avoid going to bed at very late hours as sufficient amount of sleep is necessary for effective learning. He was angry, so she tried not to maintain any eye contact. him. Because he was cross, she AT AVOIDED LOOKING AT Click for a sentence transformation exercise. Use the key word that appears on the right to complete the sentence with a maximum of 4 other words. TO STAY AWAY FROM DOING SOMETHING HOME PAGE VERBS FOLLOWED BY A GERUND

7 CONSIDER CONTEMPLATE DOING Although there were times she c cc considered leaving him, they’ve been married for 20 years. I sometimes c cc contemplate moving from the city to the country, but each time there’s an obstacle. I’m toying with the idea of having a turbo kit installed in my car. a turbo kit in my car. I’m ADDING CONSIDERING ADDING Click for a sentence transformation exercise. Use the key word that appears on the right to complete the sentence with a maximum of 4 other words. TO THINK ABOUT SOMETHING YOU MIGHT DO IN THE FUTURE Are you really thinking about resigning? Are you really RESIGNING CONTEMPLATING RESIGNING? HOME PAGE VERBS FOLLOWED BY A GERUND

8 DENY DOING Lying is Hannah’s expertise, so she denied seeing Tom at the party. Yet, we believe that she really did. Meg said she didn’t love him, but her eyes spoke the truth. her eyes didn’t. Though Meg BEING DENIED BEING IN LOVE, Click for a sentence transformation exercise. Use the key word that appears on the right to complete the sentence with a maximum of 4 other words. TO REFUSE TO ACCEPT SOMETHING IS TRUE HOME PAGE VERBS FOLLOWED BY A GERUND

9 DISLIKE DETEST LOATHE DOING I don’t like winters. I (dislike / hate) working in the cold and mud. Most students (loathe / detest) having to wake up very early in the morning on schooldays. One of the things I hate is when I go somewhere late. for places. I BEING DETEST BEING LATE Click for a sentence transformation exercise. Use the key word that appears on the right to complete the sentence with a maximum of 4 other words. TO HATE DOING SOMETHING HOME PAGE VERBS FOLLOWED BY A GERUND

10 DREAD DOING Lisa dreaded being betrayed even by her most trusted friends, so she preferred to live with a terrible secret. Everybody gets anxious before going to the dentist. the dentist? Who doesn’t TO DREAD GOING TO Click for a sentence transformation exercise. Use the key word that appears on the right to complete the sentence with a maximum of 4 other words. TO FEEL WORRIED THAT SOMETHING UNWANTED WILL HAPPEN HOME PAGE VERBS FOLLOWED BY A GERUND

11 FEEL LIKE FANCY DOING I’m so tired. I don’t feel like going out today. I only fancy sitting on the couch and watching television all day long. Is there anything you really want to do? anything? FEEL DO YOU FEEL LIKE DOING Click for a sentence transformation exercise. Use the key word that appears on the right to complete the sentence with a maximum of 4 other words. TO LIKE OR WANT TO DO SOMETHING No one would say no to a glass of cold orange juice after a hot bath. a glass of cold orange juice after a hot bath? Who FANCY DOESN’T FANCY HOME PAGE VERBS FOLLOWED BY A GERUND

12 GIVE UP QUIT DOING I will not g gg give up trying to change your mind. Sooner or later, you will accept my offer. Hold on to your dreams and work hard to achieve them. to achieve your dreams. Never UP GIVE UP WORKING HARD Click for a sentence transformation exercise. Use the key word that appears on the right to complete the sentence with a maximum of 4 other words. TO STOP DOING SOMETHING HOME PAGE VERBS FOLLOWED BY A GERUND If the working conditions deteriorate at this rate, I will soon q qq quit working. Haley doesn’t eat so much sweets anymore. sweets. Haley QUIT HAS QUIT EATING

13 IMAGINE DOING Imagine being married to a woman like the one we saw in the horror movie? How different would your life be? What would you do if you had supernatural powers? supernatural powers. What would you do? IMAGINE IMAGINE HAVING Click for a sentence transformation exercise. Use the key word that appears on the right to complete the sentence with a maximum of 4 other words. USED TO MAKE AN ASSUMPTION HOME PAGE VERBS FOLLOWED BY A GERUND

14 INVOLVE CONSIST OF DOING It goes without saying that being successful involves working hard. Living healthily consists of taking regular exercise and having a balanced diet. If you are a celebrity, you have almost no free time. no free time. Being a celebrity NEARLY INVOLVES HAVING NEARLY Click for a sentence transformation exercise. Use the key word that appears on the right to complete the sentence with a maximum of 4 other words. USED WHEN SOMETHING IS PART OF OR RESULT OF SOMETHING ELSE If you eat in moderation, this is healthy eating. in moderation. Eating healthily OF CONSISTS OF EATING HOME PAGE VERBS FOLLOWED BY A GERUND

15 ADORE LOVE DOING My greatest hobby is the sea life. I adore exploring the depths of the sea. I love getting up at the crack of dawn and going jogging. It keeps my body so fit. Listening to bedtime stories was a great fun for children. bedtime stories. Children used to TO ADORE LISTENING TO Click for a sentence transformation exercise. Use the key word that appears on the right to complete the sentence with a maximum of 4 other words. TO ENJOY DOING SOMETHING VERY MUCH It was fantastic to ride on the rollercoaster. the rollercoaster. We ON LOVED RIDING ON HOME PAGE VERBS FOLLOWED BY A GERUND

16 MENTION DOING Jason m mm mentioned doing something for a change in the office. Do you remember what it was? He briefly referred to having to come to the office very early. come to the office very early. He MIND MENTIONED HAVING TO Click for a sentence transformation exercise. Use the key word that appears on the right to complete the sentence with a maximum of 4 other words. TO BRIEFLY REFER TO SOMETHING WHEN SPEAKING OR WRITING HOME PAGE VERBS FOLLOWED BY A GERUND

17 MIND DOING I don’t mind working with lazy people. I am one of them as well. I really mind working with a workaholic who will never give a break. He helps anyone who needs help with pleasure. people in need. He MIND DOESN’T MIND HELPING Click for a sentence transformation exercise. Use the key word that appears on the right to complete the sentence with a maximum of 4 other words. TO FEEL ANNOYED ABOUT HAVING TO DO SOMETHING HOME PAGE VERBS FOLLOWED BY A GERUND

18 MISS DOING When he was toying with the gun, it fired and the bullet m mm missed hitting him only by inches. The tree fell almost on our heads. It was a narrow escape. us. The falling tree HARDLY HARDLY MISSED CRUSHING Click for a sentence transformation exercise. Use the key word that appears on the right to complete the sentence with a maximum of 4 other words TO AVOID SOMETHING UNPLEASANT TO LONG FOR SOMETHING THAT HAPPENED IN THE PAST HOME PAGE VERBS FOLLOWED BY A GERUND It had never occured to me that I would m mm miss working in that little office one day. How I wish I were able to play football again! football. I MISS MISS PLAYING

19 POSTPONE DELAY PUT OFF DOING A sensible patient never (postpones / delays) going to the dentist. I don’t know how much further I will manage to put off seeing that nasty man simply by lying? If you honour your debt later, you pay an interest. your debt, you pay an interest. If you OFF PUT OFF HONOURING Click for a sentence transformation exercise. Use the key word that appears on the right to complete the sentence with a maximum of 4 other words. TO DECIDE TO DO SOMETHING LATER THAN IT IS PLANNED HOME PAGE VERBS FOLLOWED BY A GERUND

20 REGRET REPENT DOING I regret not going to the party. They say it was awesome. When she realised the mistake she had made, Julia repented parting with Roy. I wish I hadn’t said those bitter words. bitterly. I SO REGRET SPEAKING SO Click for a sentence transformation exercise. Use the key word that appears on the right to complete the sentence with a maximum of 4 other words. TO FEEL SORRY FOR DOING SOMETHING I really shouldn’t have lent him so much money. lot of money. I A REPENT LENDING HIM SUCH A HOME PAGE VERBS FOLLOWED BY A GERUND

21 PRACTISE DOING I must practise dancing as hard as I could before the auditions start. She needs to be better at parking to get a driving licence. To pass the test, she has to BEING PRACTISE PARKING MORE. Click for a sentence transformation exercise. Use the key word that appears on the right to complete the sentence with a maximum of 4 other words. TO TRY TO IMPROVE YOUR SKILLS AT SOMETHING HOME PAGE VERBS FOLLOWED BY A GERUND

22 RESENT DOING It is obvious Sheila r rr resented hearing those carelessly uttered words. I wish you had never said them. Click for a sentence transformation exercise. Use the key word that appears on the right to complete the sentence with a maximum of 4 other words. TO FEEL ANGRY OR UPSET ABOUT SOMETHING I have to show everything to the manager, which annoys me. everything to the manager. I TO RESENT HAVING TO SHOW HOME PAGE VERBS FOLLOWED BY A GERUND

23 RISK DOING Beverly didn’t want to r rr risk losing her best friend, so she decided not to inform the schoolhead about the incident. Click for a sentence transformation exercise. Use the key word that appears on the right to complete the sentence with a maximum of 4 other words. TO GET IN A SITUATION WHERE SOMETHING BAD MAY HAPPEN TO YOU Some people don’t stand up to their rights as they fear losing their jobs. Some people don’t defend their rights in order not to RISK RISK LOSING THEIR JOBS. HOME PAGE VERBS FOLLOWED BY A GERUND

24 SPEND TIME DOING Because Sheila couldn’t make friends with anyone in the camp, she spent time doing almost nothing. Click for a sentence transformation exercise. Use the key word that appears on the right to complete the sentence with a maximum of 4 other words. USED TO TELL WHAT YOU DO IN A PARTICULAR PERIOD OF TIME It took the whole day to type the manuscripts. the manuscripts all day long. We TIME SPENT TIME TYPING HOME PAGE VERBS FOLLOWED BY A GERUND

25 SUGGEST DOING If we don’t have and more work, I suggest eating out today as I have no energy left for cooking. How about eating at a Thai restaurant tonight? Thai restaurant. I DINING SUGGEST DINING AT A Click for a sentence transformation exercise. Use the key word that appears on the right to complete the sentence with a maximum of 4 other words. TO TELL SOMEONE ABOUT WHAT SHOULD BE DONE I think we should leave her alone for the time being. be alone for some time. I LETTING SUGGEST LETTING HER HOME PAGE VERBS FOLLOWED BY A GERUND


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