Nov 20, 2016

UNIT 54 • Verb + (object) + to... (I want (you) to do etc.)

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  • Complete the questions. Use ‘do you want me to …?’ or ‘would you like me to …?’ with one of these verbs (+ any other necessary words):

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    • Do you want to go alone or
      Have you got enough money or do you want
      Shall I leave the window open or would you
      Do you know how to use the machine or would
      Did you hear what I said or
      Can I go now or do

    • Complete the sentences for each situation.
      • ‘Look the door.’ ~ ‘OK.’
        She told him

        • ‘Why don’t you come and stay with us for a few days?’ ~ ‘Yes, I’d love to.’
          They invited him to stay with them for a few days.

          • ‘Can I use your phone?’ ~ ‘No!’
            She wouldn’t let

            • ‘Be careful.’ ~ ‘Don’t worry. I will.’
              She warned

              • ‘Can you give me a hand?’ ~ ‘Yes, of course.’
                He asked

              • Complete these sentences so that the meaning is similar to the first sentence.
                • My father said I could use his car.
                  My father allowed

                  • I was surprised that it rained.
                    I didn’t expect

                    • Don’t stop him doing what he wants.
                      Let

                      • He looks older when he wears glasses.
                        Glasses make

                        • I think you should know the truth.
                          I want

                          • Don’t let me forget to phone my sister.
                            Remind

                            • At first I didn’t want to apply for the job but Sarah persuaded me.
                              Sarah persuaded

                              • My lawyer said I shouldn’t say anything to the police.
                                My lawyer advised

                                • I was told that I shouldn’t believe everything he says.
                                  I was warned

                                  • If you’ve got a car, you are able to travel round more easily.
                                    Having a car enables

                                  • Put the verb in the right form: ‘~ing’ or infinitive (with or without ‘to’).
                                    • She doesn’t allow  . . . 
                                      smoking
                                      in the house.
                                      • to smoke
                                      • smoking
                                      • smoke

                                    • I’ve never been to Iceland but I’d like  . . . 
                                      to go
                                      there.
                                      • to go
                                      • going
                                      • go

                                    • I’m in a difficult position. What do you advise me  . . . 
                                      to do
                                      ?
                                      • to do
                                      • doing
                                      • do

                                    • She said the letter was personal and wouldn’t let me  . . . 
                                      read
                                      it.
                                      • to read
                                      • reading
                                      • read

                                    • We were kept at the police station for two hours and then we were allowed  . . . 
                                      to go
                                      .
                                      • to go
                                      • going
                                      • go

                                    • Where would you recommend me  . . . 
                                      to go
                                      for my holidays?
                                      • to go
                                      • going
                                      • go

                                    • I wouldn’t recommend  . . . 
                                      eating
                                      in that restaurant. The food is awful.
                                      • to eat
                                      • eating
                                      • eat

                                    • The film was very sad. It made me  . . . 
                                      cry
                                      .
                                      • to cry
                                      • crying
                                      • cry

                                    • Carol’s parents always encouraged her  . . . 
                                      to study
                                      hard at school.
                                      • to study
                                      • studying
                                      • study

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