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1.He delayed doing/to do his homework.
2.He suggested going/to go on a picnic.
3.He quit smoking/to smoke.
4.He avoided meeting/to meet the lady.
5.He proposed going abroad/to go abroad.

(Which one is correct? Do we have to use only gerunds in the sentences above?)

  • English -

    1. doing

    2. going

    3. smoking

    4. meeting

    5. going abroad

    Yes, gerunds -- they are serving as direct objects in these sentences.

  • English -

    Yes. Only the gerunds fit in those sentences.

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