# Finite And Non-Finite Verbs Worksheet For Class 7

**Underline the finite and non-finite verbs in the following sentences.**

1. When great people die, their memory remains to guide the living.

2. The broken bone is starting to mend.

3. The judge warned the youth to mend his ways.

4. Before closing, I want to mention all those who contributed so generously.

5. I would like to mention one thing.

6. There is no use in manufacturing a product unless you can sell it.

7. Trying to define God leads us to even more metaphysical questions.

8. Their argument was too metaphysical for me to follow.

9. You need a microscope to see the virus.

10. I don’t want to argue with him.

11. There are both advantages and disadvantages to living alone.

12. We went swimming yesterday.

## Answers

1. When great people die (finite) , their memory remains (finite) to guide (non-finite) the living (non-finite).

2. The broken (non-finite) bone is starting (finite) to mend (non-finite).

3. The judge warned (finite) the youth to mend (non-finite) his ways.

4. Before closing (non-finite), I want (finite) to mention (non-finite) all those who contributed (finite) so generously.

5. I would like (finite) to tell (non-finite) you one thing.

6. There is (finite) no use in manufacturing (non-finite) a product unless you can sell (finite) it.

7. Trying (non-finite) to define (non-finite) God leads (finite) us to even more metaphysical questions.

8. Their argument was (finite) too metaphysical for me to follow (non-finite).

9. You need (finite) a microscope to see (non-finite) the virus.

10. I don’t want (finite) to argue (non-finite) with him.

11. There are (finite) both advantages and disadvantages to living (non-finite) alone.

12. We went (finite) swimming (non-finite) yesterday.