1) The men seemed (to study) me and I felt uneasy in his presence. a) to study b) to be studying c) to be studied 2) Perhaps it would bother him (to speak) about the quarrel. a) to speak b) to be spoken c) to have been spoked 3) He is supposed (to work) at the translation of the book for two years. a) to have worked b) to work c) to have been working 4) The only sound (to hear) was the ticking of the grandfather's clock downstairs. a) to be hearing b) to be heard c) to hear 5) The book was believed (to lose) until the librarian happened (to find) it during the inventory. It turned out (to misplace). a) to lose, to find, to misplace b) to have been lost, to find, to have been misplaced c) to be lost, to find, to be misplaced 6) We seem (to fly) over the sea for quite a time and there is yet no land (to see). a) to have been flying, to be seen b) to have flown, to see c) to fly, to have been seen 7) Not (to answer) would have been a wrong step. a) to answered b) to be answered c) to answer 8) We don't seem (to acquaint), at least I can't remember ever (to meet) him. a) to have acquainted, to have been met b) to have been acquainted, to have met c) to acquaint, to meet 9) The third key remained (to test). a) to be tested b) to have tested c) to be testing


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