Open the brackets using the appropriate form of the Infinitive.
1. I don't want her /think, to think/ me /say, to say/ a lie. 2. The doctor made them /to open, open/ the windows to air the stuffy room and /stop, to stop/ smoking at once. 3. His joke made us all /to laugh, laugh/ heartily. 4. Don't make her /agree, to agree/ with you. It will do no good - she is very stubborn. 5. She saw them /look, to look/ at the map of the city that is why she saw /they were strangers, them to be strangers/. 6. I didn't expect the weather /to change, change/ soon so I hadn't taken the umbrella. 7. Everybody believes Greg /to be, be/ a very good surgeon. 8. Why didn't you want us /see, to see/ him off to the railway station? 9. I think I was right - I let him /ask, to ask/ all the questions and answered them frankly. There is no place for tricks between the partners. 10. She didn't want anyone to see her /to cry, cry/ and wanted everyone/to leave, leave/ her alone.
8. Open the brackets and use “to” or "bare" Infinitive.
1. He was so clever that he could (to answer, answer) all possible questions. 2. The story was too short (to be read, be read), at the lesson. 3. Bob is as pleased as Punch (to have been praised, have been praised) in the class. 4. We must (to arrive, arrive) there in the morning. 5. You ought (have been, to have been) more attentive during the last test. 6. He seems (to be asking, be asking) stupid questions - look, everyone is smiling. 7. Kate asked me to show how (open, to open) the box.
Change the following complex sentences given below according to the example and translate them.
The processwhich will be described in this article is known as ionization.
The process tobe described in this article is known as ionization.
1. The method which will be used is reliable. 2. The results which will be received will be published next month. 3. The data that are to be obtained will be of great interest. 4. The measurements that must be made should be accurate enough. 5. The experiments which will be demonstrated are closely related to our research. 6. The problem that must be solved is very difficult. 7. The work that must be done is of great importance. 8. The method that will be used was developed in our laboratory. 9. The equipment that is to be installed is very effective. 10. The instrument which will be used must make precise measurements.
10. Open the brackets by using the infinitive with or without the particle “to”.
1. You may (join) us, if you wish.
2. The granny didn't actually (see) the child (take).
3. Let her (do) what she wants (do).
4. Why not (allow) her (do) as she likes?
5. When I was a child I was made (practice) the piano every day.
6. They are seen (come) to the corner and (turn) to the right.
7. I won't (make) David (come) to the club tonight if he doesn't (want) to.
8. The seaman's hands helped Bentley (sit) up.
9. You'd rather (meet) with the bank manager.
10.Jane felt herself (grow) red to the tips of her toes.
11.Eduardo was prepared (return) to Brazil immediately if Rodriges turned out (be involved) in any way with the new capital project.
12.The company can (supply) cement in July.
13.You'd better (try) (not think) about the idea (get) in touch with the firm- it won't (help).