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Verbs with Infinitive or Gerund 2

For the sentences below decide whether the verb should be followed by the gerund (ing) or infinitive (to) form of the following verb.

1I didn't expect you here.  
2 I feel like somewhere new this weekend.  
3 I helped up after the party.  
4 I managed my boss to give me a day off. 
5Please remember off the lights before you leave.    
6I finished Game of Thrones last night. I didn't like the ending.  
7 I practise presentations while I'm driving. 
8We discussed another dog but decided against it. 
9 My doctor advised me less red meat.  
10 I remember snow for the first time. It was magical.