Non-Finite Verb Forms (Mixed)
Fill in the correct form of Gerund, Infinitive or Participle
1.The sound of the kettle _________ made the woman _________ a sudden jerk. (whistle, give)
2.He was strolling about, _________ to himself, and then, the weather _________ worse, stepped onto the porch. (sing, be)
3.He heard her _________ him. He heard the words _________ him so much. (answer, hurt)
4.I can't imagine your _________ poorly in this hovel. (live)
5.It really is not worthwhile for you _________ to a private business. (contribute)
6.They walked _________ , they could be heard _________ and _________ all the way down the street. (laugh, laugh, joke)
7.He was afraid of the dogs _________ behind. (bark)
8.The farmers were upset seeing their young crops _________ during this rainless season. (dry up)
9.He watched her _________ coffee. (sip)
10.I won't have them _________ so indecently. (behave)
11.Every night theist would have a fire of logs _________ in the fire-place. (light)
12.The will was found _________ of two portions. (consist)
13.I heard the neighbor _________ without knocking. (come)
14.We saw the planes_________ overhead. (pass)
15.The children watched the swans_________ far in the sky. (fly)
16.The doctor could feel fear_________ from the patient. (radiate)
17.I heard somebody’s heels _________ on the stairs. (clatter)
18.You should be likely_________ the time to raise five children. (find)
19.I have heard the topic on education_________ for years. (argue)
20.She appeared _________ a professional dancer. (be)
21.The sound of _________ siren caused them both _________ that way. (wail, look)
22.It would be time soon for all_________ home for the noon meal. (come)
23.She heard the strangers’ _________ laugh and listened to what was said. (boom)
24.Her marriage to the rich man was not supposed _________ happy all these years. (be)
25.Carefully with her eyes _________ at the ceiling, she stood up. (stare)
26.Our local newspaper is sure_________ this story. (carry)
1.The sound of the kettle whistling made the woman give a sudden jerk.
2.He was strolling about, singing to himself, and then, the weather being worse, stepped onto the porch.
3.He heard her answer him. He heard the words hurting him so much.
4.I can't imagine your living so poorly in this hovel.
5.It really is not worthwhile for you to contribute to a private business.
6.They walked laughing, they could be heard laughing and joking all the way down the street.
7.He was afraid of the dogs barking behind.
8.The farmers were upset seeing their young crops dry up during this rainless season
9.He watched her sipping coffee.
10.I won't have them behave so indecently.
11.Every night theist would have a fire of logs lit in the fire-place.
12.The will was found to consist of two portions.
13.I heard the neighbor coming without knocking.
14.We saw the planes pass overhead.
15.The children watched the swans fly far in the sky.
16.The doctor could feel impatience radiating from the patient.
17.I heard somebody’s heels clattering on the stairs.
18.You should be likely to find the time to raise five children.
19.I have heard the topic on education argued for years.
20.She appeared to be a professional dancer.
21.The sound of wailing siren caused them both to look that way.
22.It would be time soon for all to come home for the noon meal.
23.She heard the strangers’ booming laugh and listened to what was said.
24.Her marriage to the rich man was not supposed to have been happy all these years.
25.Carefully with her eyes stared at the ceiling, she stood up.
26.Our local newspaper is sure to carry this story.