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Một số động từ theo sau bi tân ngữ và “bare infinitive”

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Một số động từ theo sau bi tân ngữ“bare infinitive”:

make (bảo, buộc) The secretary made me fill in the form.

let (để cho) The mother let her children play in the yard.

have (nhờ, sai bảo) I had the maid clean up my room.


Exercise 1: Choose the best answer to complete each of the following sentences.

  1. The television programmes we allow influence their learning.

    1. a children to watch B. our children to watch

C. our children watch D. our children watching

  1. They didn’t stop

until 11.30 pm when there was a power cut.

    1. singing and dancing B. to sing and dance

C. to sing and dancing D. Do singing and dance

  1. When his wife arrived home after a hard day at work, he has sitting on the sofa


    1. watched TV B. watch TV

C. was watching TV D. watching TV

  1. “You are lucky. You haven’t got a child ,”said the woman.

A. for looking after B. looking after

C. to look after D. look after

  1. A cat suddenly ran across the street. Fortunately, he managed just in time.

A. to stop B. stopping

C. to have stopped D. stopped

  1. Phosphates to most land in our country.

A. need added B. need to add

C. need to be added D. need to adding

  1. Whenever those two ladies meet, they stop .

A. talking B. talk C. to talking Do to talk

  1. It’s still raining. I’d rather

home and watch football on TV.

A. to stay B. staying at C. stay D. stayed at

  1. I think I hear someone the back windows. Do you hear it, too?

A. trying open B. trying to open

C. tried opening D. try opened

  1. John hoped to finish two of his essays before the deadline.

A. written B. write C. to write D. writing
Exercise 2: Choose the best answer to complete each of the following sentences.

  1. One of the least effective ways of storing information is learning it.

    1. how repeat B. repeating C. to repeat D. repeat

  1. Most of the participants can’t help

why the president spoke so angrily.

    1. wonder B. wondering C. to wonder D. wondered

  1. The woman meant a newspaper but she didn’t see anyone

    1. to buy - to sell B. to buy - selling

C. buying - selling D. buying - to sell

  1. The spokesman began by them where the mountain was, and went on

about its history.

    1. telling-talking B. tell -talk

C. told - talked D. to tell - to talk

  1. I was very angry. My friend John refused me a lift as he had promised.

    1. give B. to give C. giving D. gave

  2. The film wasn’t very good. The audience started before it was over.

    1. leaving B. to leave

C. leave D. Both A and B are correct.

  1. After walking for two hours the guide stopped to let the others with them.

    1. caught up B. to catch up

C. catching up D. catch up

  1. What do you remember when you were a little boy?

    1. do B. doing

C. to do D. Both B and c are correct

  1. Linda regrets to her mother’s advice. She was right.

    1. not listen B. not to listen

C. not listening D. to not listen

  1. I can never forget our team score the winning goal in the final game against Thailand.

    1. watching B. to watch

C. watch D. being watched
Exercise 3: Choose the best answer to complete each of the following sentences.

  1. My friend forgot a book back to the library, so she had to pay a fine.

    1. take B. to take C. taking D. to be taken

  2. Would you please remind her me tomorrow morning?

    1. calling B. to call C. call D. to calling

  3. John volunteered the food supply to the victims in the flood area.

    1. take B. to take C. taking D. to be taken

  1. My friend Mary is a blabbermouth! She can’t resist heard from me.

everyone what she

    1. tell B. to tell C. telling D. to telling

  1. The man finally admitted responsible for the accident last week.

    1. to be B. for to be C. for being D. being

  2. The union members discussed the next meeting until next week.

    1. postponing B. to postpone C. postpone D. to postponing

  3. I have been having a lot of trouble with my old car the last couple of months. I am thinking about a new one.

    1. to buy B. buy C. buying D. being bought

  4. Mary appeared , but she wasn’t. She was only pretending.

    1. to asleep B. to be asleep C. being asleep D. be asleep

  5. Johnny is only nine, but he intends a singer when he grows up.

    1. be B. to be

C. being D. Both B and c are correct.

  1. It was cold and snowy last Sunday, so we postponed the botanical gardens until next Sunday.

    1. visiting B. to visit C. visited D. being visited
Exercise 4: Choose the best answer to complete each of the following sentences.

  1. I hope all of my courses this term. So far my grades have been pretty good.

    1. passing B. to pass C. pass D. being passed

  1. My father continued his book even though the children were making a lot of noise.

    1. read B. and reading C. and read D. reading

  1. Linda can’t stand

in a room with all of the windows closed.

    1. sleep B. sleeping C. slept D. being slept

  1. It is raining hard this week but Tom expects with his friends this weekend.

    1. to go and fish B. togo fishing

C. going fishing D. togo to fish

  1. When my teacher is listening to someone who is speaking English very fast, he nods his head and pretends .

    1. understanding B. tounderstand

C. understanding it D. to be understood

  1. After the operation, the doctors wouldn’t let him

out of bed for three days.

    1. get B. to get C. getting D. gets

  1. She always puts off the dinner dishes until the next morning.

    1. to wash B. washing C. wash D. and washes

  2. After Ann got a speeding ticket and had to pay a big fine, she decided over the speed limit on interstate highways.

    1. to stop driving B. to stop to drive

C. stopping to drive D. stopping driving

  1. Graduate students often spend their weekends data for their research.

    1. gather B. to gather C. gathering D. to gathering

  2. I can feel something up my leg. It must be an insect.

    1. crawling B. crawl C. to crawl D. crawled
Exercise 5: Choose the best answer to complete each of the following sentences.

  1. I meant the car with petrol before we left.

    1. filling B. fill C. to be filled D. to fill

  1. It’s not worth

out now. It’s much too late.

    1. to go B. go C. going D. gone

  1. Language permits us our heritage through literature narratives.

    1. preserve B. preserving C. to preserve D. to preserving

  2. She dislikes B, Crowds of people.

    1. to surround B. surrounded

C. being surrounded D. be surrounded

  1. Susan is in the kitchen looking for something .

    1. for eating B. to eating C. to eat D. eating

  1. The other motorist drove right in front of me. I couldn’t avoid

his car.

    1. to hit B. hitting C. hit D. from hitting

  1. There are people who can’t help banana skin.

when they see someone on a

    1. laugh-slip B. to laugh - slip

C. laughing - slipping D. laughing - slip

  1. There is only one student in the classroom his lesson.

    1. prepare B. to prepare C. was preparing D. preparing

  2. This examination will test your ability written English.

    1. to understand B. of understanding

C. understand D. understanding

  1. Ann was very surprised to find the door unlocked. She remembered it before she left.

    1. to lock B.locking C. lock D. she locks
Exercise 6: Choose the best answer to complete each of the following sentences.

  1. I regret that the sight-seeing tour has been cancelled because of the bad weather.

    1. to tell you B.telling you C. to say you D. saying you

  2. I would advise you that young man in spite of his charming manner.

    1. to not trust B.to never trust C. neverto trust D. never trust

  3. He refused us the reason why he didn’t come to the class meeting last week.

    1. telling B.to tell C. told D. having told

  4. He won a lottery, and his girlfriend suggested the world.

    1. to travel around B. travelling in

C. travelling around D. that they travelling around

  1. His parents insisted a medical training course .

    1. on him taking B. on taking him

C. him to take D. on him to take

  1. Luckily, she remembered up with petrol, so she didn’t run out on the way there.

    1. to fill B. filling C. filled D. having filled

  2. The doctor advised him and to take up some sport.

    1. to stop smoke B. stop smoking

C. to stop smoking D. to stop to smoke

  1. The children’s mother warned them

near the river.

    1. not to go B. to not go C. not going D. don’t go

  1. The teachers have had some problems return the papers to the students.

    1. to decide when to B. deciding when to

C. deciding D. deciding when

  1. Who is the woman talking to Mr. Lee? I don’t recall

her around the office.

    1. to have seen B. seeing C. to see D. being seen
Exercise 7: Choose the best answer to complete each of the following sentences.

  1. She can’t stand

under such terrible conditions.

    1. working B. to work C. to be working D. work

  1. It is no use over spilt milk.

    1. crying B. to cry C. to be crying D. cried

  2. ESL students from Asia often have great difficulty some English sounds.

    1. to pronounce B. in pronouncing

C. pronouncing D. B and c are correct

  1. She preferred rather than give up.

    1. die B. dying C. to die D. to be die

  2. He prefers a walk to TV at home.

    1. taking - watching B. take - watch

C. taking - to watch D. take - watching

  1. The doctor persuaded the patient in hospital for 3 more days.

    1. staying B. to stay C. being stayed D. stay

  2. Tell her for school again.

    1. not late B. not being late

C. not to be late D. not be late

  1. It is a busy season. The farmers have the tractors all day long.

    1. to run B. running Co run D. ran

  2. We watched the little girl across the street.

    1. to walk B. walk C. is walking D. walked

  3. The book is worth .

    1. reading B. being read

C. to be read D. A and B are correct
Exercise 8: Choose the best answer to complete each of the following sentences.

  1. Having finished the reading report, I began to listen to music.

    1. to write B. to have written C. writing D. written

  1. Don’t risk

alone in the river.

    1. to swim B. to swimming C. swimming D. swim

  1. I’m considering

your invitation.

    1. accepting B. to accept C. accepted D. accept

  1. The boy pretended an essay, but in fact he wrote nothing.

    1. to be writing B. writing C. to be written D. to writing

  2. I have never expected such a strange thing in my life.

    1. seeing B. having seen C. to see D. to be seen

  3. Please let it clearly. I am not used something twice.

    1. understand - to saying B. to understand - to say

C. be understood - to saying D. be understood - to say

  1. Suddenly sheburst out with thewords, “I’m sick and tired soups and

porridgesfor him. I can’t go on

my best years.”

    1. crying - of making - wasting B. to cry - to make - to waste

C. to cry - of making - wasting D. crying - to make - wasting

  1. Do not delay him.

    1. to answer B. to answering C. answering D. to be answering

  2. I remember the post office, but I forgot the letter, which is still in my briefcase.

    1. to enter - to post B. entering - posting

C. entering - to post D. to enter - posting

  1. I’ve seen him about something.

the office early this afternoon. He seemed unhappy

    1. leave - to have been B. leaving - to have been

C. left - to have been D. A and B are correct
Exercise 9: Choose the best answer to complete each of the following sentences.

  1. A plane with an engine on fire approached the runway. was frightening. There could have been a terrible accident.

    1. Watch it to land B. Watching it land

C. To watch it to land D. Watching to land it

  1. The customs officer opened the suitcase if anything illegal was being brought into the country.

    1. seeing B. for seeing C. see D. to see

  2. Sometimes very young children have trouble facts from fiction and may believe that dragons actually exist.

    1. to separate B. separating C. to be separated D. for separating

  3. Do you have an excuse late to class two days in a row?

    1. for to be B. for being C. to be D. being

  4. John made me him next week.

    1. to promise to call B. to promise calling

C. promise to call D. promise calling

  1. I got Mary her car for the weekend.

    1. to let me to borrow B. let me borrow

C. to let me borrow D. let me to borrow

  1. I’ll never forget

that race. What a thrill!

    1. to win B. win C. being won D. winning

  1. No one has better qualifications. Linda is certain for the job.

    1. to choose B. having chosen

C. to be chosen D. being chosen

  1. I was enjoying my book, but Ĩ stopped a program on TV.

    1. reading to watch B. to read to watch

C. to read for watching Do reading for to watch

  1. Who is the woman talking to Mr. Hammond? I don’t recall office before.

her around the

    1. to have seen B. seeing C. to see Do being seen
Exercise 10: Choose the best answer to complete each of the following sentences.

  1. I don’t blame you for not

outside in this awful weather.

    1. wanting to go B. wanting go

C. want to go D. to want go

  1. This moment will live in our memory for many years .

    1. to come B. coming

C. have come D. having been coming

  1. When Paul was questioned by the police, he admitted knowing about the embezzlement of funds from his company, but denied in any way.

A. to be involved B. involving

C. having involved D. being involved

  1. Mr. Davis was upset by him the truth.

A. our not having told B. us to tell

C. we didn’t tell D. not to tell

  1. We considered after work.

A. to go shop B. going shopping

C. going to shop D. to go to shop

  1. Jack offered care of my garden while I was out of town.

A. take B. taking

C. to have taken D. to take

  1. Could you please come over? I need you the refrigerator.

A. help me moving B. helping me to move

C. to help me move D. help me to move

  1. I just heard that there’s been a major accident that has all of the traffic tied up.

If we want to get to the play on time, we’d better avoid

the highway.

A. having taken B. take C. to take D. taking

  1. The painting was beautiful. I stood there it for a long time.

A. for admiring B. being admired

C. admire D. admiring

  1. Jim should have asked for help instead to do it himself.

A. of trying B. to try C. try D. from trying

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