You can’t stop me ... what I want.
that I do
I must go now. I promised ... late.
not to be
to not be
Do you want ... with you or do you want to go alone?
me to come
that I come
that I will come
I know I locked the door. I clearly remember ... it.
to have locked
She tried to be serious, but she couldn’t help ... .
that she laughed
Paul lives in Berlin now. He likes ... there.
It is not my favorite job, but I like ... the kitchen as often as possible.
that I clean
I am tired. I’d rather ... out this evening, if you don’t mind.
not to go
‘Shall I stay here?’ ‘I’d rather ... with us.’
you to come
you would come
Are you looking forward ... on holiday?
that you go
When Lisa came to Britain, she had to get used ... on the left.
I am thinking ... a house. Do you think that’s a good idea?
of to buy
I had no ... a place to live. In fact it was surprisingly easy.
difficulty to find
trouble to find
A friend of mine phoned ... me to a party.
for to invite
Jim doesn’t speak very clearly. ...
It is difficult to understand him.
He is difficult to understand him.
The path was icy, so we walked very carefully. We were afraid ... .
I didn’t hear you ... in. You must have been very quiet.
... a hotel, we looked for somewhere to have dinner.
She noticed ... away from the house.
him to run
I’d advise ... more exercise.
you to take