Gerunds and Infinitives Exercise 2
Fill in each blank with the idiomatically correct choice according to American English: an infinitive, a gerund, or a preposition + a gerund. For questions with more than one correct answer, the answer choice boxes are square instead of round.
Gerunds are present participles (verbs with an “-ing” suffix) acting as nouns. Sometimes they have to be used with prepositions, including “to.”
Infinitives are formed by adding “to” before the base form of a verb. (In this case, “to” is not a preposition.)