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¿Complete the dialogues with the –ing form or the full or bare infinitive of the verbs in parentheses.?

A: So, Peter, do you enjoy _____________ (work) at the college?

B: Actually, I’m thinking of _______________ (go) back to my old job.

A: Really? How come?

B: Well let’s just say that ______________ (teach) photography all day isn’t the ideal job for me.

A: Listen, you must ______________ (think) about it very carefully before you decide ____________ (leave)

B: I have thought about it. Anyway, thanks for ______________ (ask).

A: Nora, you’re back! Oh, let me ___________ (help) you with those suitcases.

B: Thanks, Jamie. ______________ (be) back home feels really great.

A: Listen. Would you something ______________ (drink)? There’s tea and coffee.

B: Umm… I feel like _____________ 8have) a cup of coffee. Thanks.

A: OK. Sit down and relax and I’ll be with you in a minute.

A: Oh no! I have to _____________ (go) shopping _____________ (get) a gift for Nick. I forgot _________

    (buy) him something yesterday when I was at the mall.

B: You can ____________ (go) now.

A: I know but, I hate _____________ (shop) for men. I never know what _____________ (buy) them.

B: How about ______________ (get) him a tie?

A: I got him last year.

B: Listen, let’s go to the department store together. I’ve got lots of ideas.

A: Are you sure you don’t mind ______________ (come) with me?

B: Not at all.

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    Complete the dialogues with the "–ing" form or the full or bare infinitive of the verbs in parentheses.

    A: So, Peter, do you enjoy WORKING (work) at the college?

    B: Actually, I’m thinking of GOING (go) back to my old job. 

    A: Really? How come? 

    B: Well let’s just say that TEACHING (teach) photography all day isn’t the ideal job for me. 

    A: Listen, you must THINK (think) about it very carefully before you decide TO LEAVE (leave). 

    B: I have thought about it. Anyway, thanks for ASKING (ask). 

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    A: Nora, you’re back! Oh, let me HELP (help) you with those suitcases. 

    B: Thanks, Jamie. BEING (be) back home feels really great. 

    A: Listen. Would you LIKE something TO DRINK (drink)? There’s tea and coffee. 

    B: Umm… I feel like HAVING (have) a cup of coffee. Thanks. 

    A: OK. Sit down and relax and I’ll be with you in a minute. 

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    A: Oh no! I have to GO (go) shopping TO GET (get) a gift for Nick. I forgot TO BUY (buy) him something yesterday when I was at the mall. 

    B: You can GO (go) now. 

    A: I know but, I hate SHOPPING (shop) for men. I never know what TO BUY (buy) them. 

    B: How about GETTING (get) him a tie? 

    A: I got ONE last year. 

    B: Listen, let’s go to the department store together. I’ve got lots of ideas. 

    A: Are you sure you don’t mind COMING (come) with me?

    B: Not at all.

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