21

She said she knew me but I couldn't remember ... her before.

     (that I saw / to have seen / seeing / to see

22

Mrs Tuck sent the boy for some coconuts but she forgot ... him money.

     (giving / to give)

23

I wonder how you could forget ... that diamond ring to aunt Lucy.

     (giving / to give)

24

She said she couldn't forget ... that terrible play the night before.

     (seeing / to see / to have seen)

25

Tony and Dora can't ... to have a party next Sunday.

     (afford / agree / arrange / advise)

26

The director ... to employ another prompter in case Mr Whiskers got ill.

     (didn't mind / suggested / persuaded / couldn't afford / was ready)

27

Walking home from the theatre the girls ... having a drink at a snack bar.

     (suggested / couldn't resist / didn't mind)

28

How long do you intend ... working for this company?

     (going on / to go on)

29

Do you think we should go on ... the floor or shall we stop where we are?

     (polishing / to polish)

30

The manager welcomed the new secretary and then went on ... him the office.

     (showing / to show)

31

I regret ... you that we can't accept your job application at present.

     (informing / to inform)

32

Do you regret ... Mr Whiskers that he would be fired the following day?

     (telling / to tell)

33

I can't understand why they don't allow us ... in this street.

     (parking / to park)

34

I don't understand why they don't allow ... in this street.

     (parking / to park)

35

I wouldn't advise the boss ... Jenkins before we have found a new welder.

     (sacking / to sack / firing / to fire)

36

All the crew advised ... for a new boatswain but the captain didn't agree.

     (looking / to look)

37

He began ... his second opera before last Christmas.

     (to compose / composing)

38

Mother was beginning ... anxious when Susy said she would marry a sailor.

     (getting / to get)

39

When he threw the third stone at me I started ... that he wasn't my friend.

     (realising / to realise)

40

I think the grass needs ... . Shall I call the gardener?

     (cutting / to be cut)

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