Pick the non-finite verbs Worksheet-2

Pick the non-finite verbs Worksheet-2

 

Pick out the non-finite verb in the given sentence:

  1. “What can I say to you for my mistake?”

A. Can                B. Say                  C. To you           D. Mistake

 

  1. An open door is a mark of invitation, isn’t it?

A. Is                    B. Open              C. Mark              D. Invitation

 

  1. Would you like to have something cold?

A. To have                                      B. Would

C. Something                                 D. Have

 

  1. Talking in class is a bad habit.

A. Is                    B. Habit             C. Talking          D. Class

 

  1. He watches cricket to get some entertainment.

A. Watches                                     B. Entertainment

C. To get                                         D. Some

 

  1. The fallen man did not get hurt.

A. Hurt               B. Did                 C. Fallen            D. Man

 

  1. Hitesh wanted to go on a tour of the whole world last year.

A. Wanted         B. Tour               C. Whole            D. To go

 

  1. Someone is calling your name again and again.

A. Is calling       B. Again             C. Calling           D. Is

 

  1. ‘The Shrieking Mummy’ is a very scary film.

A. Is                    B. Shrieking      C. Scary             D. Mummy

 

  1. The secret of good bowling is in the release of the ball.

A. Bowling         B. Release          C. Is                    D. Secret

 

Answer Key:

  1. B

Explanation: ‘Say’ is the non-finite verb because it neither shows the tense nor changes according to the tense.

 

  1. B

Explanation: ‘Open’ is the non-finite verb because it neither shows the tense nor changes according to the tense.

 

  1. A

Explanation: ‘To have’ is the non-finite verb because it neither shows the tense nor changes according to the tense.

 

  1. C

Explanation: ‘Talking’ is the non-finite verb because it neither shows the tense nor changes according to the tense.

 

  1. C

Explanation: ‘To get’ is the non-finite verb because it neither shows the tense nor changes according to the tense.

 

  1. C

Explanation: ‘Fallen’ is the non-finite verb because it neither shows the tense nor changes according to the tense.

 

  1. D

Explanation: ‘To go’ is the non-finite verb because it neither shows the tense nor changes according to the tense.

 

  1. C

Explanation: ‘Calling’ is the non-finite verb because it neither shows the tense nor changes according to the tense.

 

  1. B

Explanation: ‘Shrieking’ is the non-finite verb because it neither shows the tense nor changes according to the tense.

 

  1. A

Explanation: ‘Bowling’ is the non-finite verb because it neither shows the tense nor changes according to the tense.