I remember seeing this book on surgery in one bookshop.
I don’t like interrupting people.
I don’t like to interrupt him, he seems very busy.
Don’t forget shutting the windows when you leave home.
Don’t forget to shut the window when you leave home, it is very windy today.
Being a teacher means correcting a lot of homework.
The students went on writing for another hour.
I’m sorry for shouting at you.
She likes reading books.
He is afraid to take the test in case he fails again.
Put the verbs in brackets into the correct infinitive form or the –ing form.
Dear Jessica, how are you? I’m busy __________ (study) for my exam which is next week, but I’ve decided ________ (take) a break and ________ (write) you a letter. __________ (read) so many notes and __________ (learn) so many facts is making me very tired. I can’t wait __________ (finish) my course! Then, I can start ________ (look) for a good job.
Sophie started her new job last month. ________ (work) at the hospital suits her – she loves _________ (look) after people. She hopes _________ (stay) in this job for a couple of years and then she intends ________ (try) for a promotion.
By the way, how are you getting on now that you are a manager? I forgot _______ (congratulate) you when I saw you.
Anyway, I’ve got to go now. Write soon and tell me all your news, won’t you?