Posted by: a2cristina | April 11, 2019

Verbs of Perception followed by the Infinitive or the -ing form of the verb

Verbs of perception

https://dictionary.cambridge.org/grammar/british-grammar/verb-patterns/hear-see-etc-object-infinitive-or-ing

 

VERBS OF PERCEPTION

 

  1. Did you hear those dogs __________ (bark) most of the night?
  2. I noticed him __________ (throw) a sweet wrapper on the floor, so I asked him it pick it up.
  3. I was able to watch them __________ (build) the new car park from my office window.
  4. I watched him __________ (climb) through the window, and then I called the police.
  5. I heard the baby __________ (cry) for most of the night.
  6. I felt the snake __________ (bite) me and saw it slither off into the bushes.
  7. When you came out of the station, did you notice the children __________ (play) musical instruments across the street?
  8. I noticed her quickly __________ (slip) the necklace inside her coat and leave the shop.
  9. Vicky heard someone __________ (close) the door.
  10. We found Matthew __________ (exercise) in the gym.
  11. I watched Nick __________ (light) a cigarette.
  12. She saw a man __________ (lie) in the street.
  13. He heard the bomb __________ (explode).
  14. I saw a woman __________ (cry). She was in a terrible state.

 

 

KEY

 

  1. BARKING
  2. THROW
  3. BUILDING
  4. CLIMB
  5. CRYING
  6. BITE
  7. PLAYING
  8. SLIP
  9. CLOSE
  10. EXERCISING
  11. LIGHT
  12. LYING
  13. EXPLODE
  14. CRYING
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