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INFINITIVE WITH TO or WITHOUT TO

INFINITIVE WITH TO or WITHOUT TO


                           
  Insert TO where necessary before the verbs in brackets      
                           
  1. He made me ( do ) it all over again.          
  2. She can ( sing ) quite well.            
  3. He will be able ( swim ) very soon.          
  4. I used ( live ) in caravan.              
  5. You ought ( go ) today. It may ( rain ) tomorrow.    
  6. You needn't ( say ) anything. Just nod your head and she will 
      ( understand )                  
  7. I want ( see ) the house where our president was born.  
  8. He made her ( repeat ) the message.        
  9. May I ( use ) your phone?              
  10. You needn't  ( ask ) for permission; you can ( use ) it whenever you 
       like.                      
  11. If you want ( get ) there before dark you should ( start ) at once.
  12. You will be able ( do ) it yourself when you are older.  
  13. I couldn't ( remember ) his address.        
  14. Would you like ( go ) now or shall we ( wait ) till the end?
  15. They won't let us ( leave ) the Customs office until our luggage 
        has been examined.                
  16. How dare you ( open ) my letters?          
  17. She persuaded him ( wait ) a little longer.      
  18. I used ( smoke ) 40 cigarettes a day.        
  19. Will you help me ( move ) the piano?        
  20. He wouldn't let my baby  ( play ) with his gold watch.  
  21. They refused ( accept ) the bribe.          
  22. He is expected ( arrive ) in a few days.        
  23. Please let me ( know ) your decision as soon as possible.
  24. He made us ( wait ) for hours.            
  25. Could you ( tell ) me the time,please?        
  26. We must ( tell ) him a telegram.          
  27. I let him ( go ) early as he wanted  ( meet ) his wife.  
  28. Where would you like ( have ) lunch?        
  29. You can  ( leave ) your dog with us if you don't (want ) ( take )
        him with you.                  
  30. I'd like him ( go) to a university but  I can't make him go.
  31. We could go to a concert, unless you'd prefer ( visit ) a museum.
  32. You seem ( know ) this area very well.        
  33. The kidnappers told the parents ( not inform ) the police
  34. You can ( take ) a horse to water but you can't ( make ) him
        ( drink )                    
  35. Need I ( come )? I I'd much rather ( stay ) at home.  
  36. I'm sorry ( disappoint ) you but I can't  ( let ) you ( have ) any more
        money  till the end of the month.          
                           
                           
                           

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