Infinitive with and without to | ESL worksheets

We usually use the marker ‘to’ before the infinitive. However, in some cases, the infinitive is used without to.

Complete the following sentences using appropriate infinitives.

1. You must ………………… at once. (go / to go)

2. She has agreed ………………. (come / to come)

3. I don’t let my children ………………. up late. (stay / to stay)

4. He made me ………………. (wait / to wait)

5. You had better …………….. now. (leave / to leave)

6. We both heard him ………………. that he was leaving. (heard / to heard)

7. Let him ……………….. (go / to go)

8. Rather than ……………….. any more, I decided to go home by train. (wait / to wait)

9. It is as easy ……………… as frown. (smile / to smile)

10. I am ready ……………….. anything to make a living. (do / to do)

Answers

1. You must go at once.

2. She has agreed to come.

3. I don’t let my children stay up late.

4. He made me wait.

5. You had better leave now.

6. We both heard him say that he was leaving.

7. Let him go.

8. Rather than wait any more, I decided to go home by train.

9. It is as easy to smile as frown.

10. I am ready to do anything to make a living.

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