Gerunds and infinitives 2

Choose the right answers, and then press "Check".
  1. I like to the cinema. (general preference)
  2. I like to the cinema once a week. (to find something good to do)
  3. I'm dreading to meet his parents. (to feel extremely worried or frightened about something that is going to happen or that might happen)
  4. I dread how much it has cost. (used to say that you do not want to think about something because it is too worrying)
  5. I've been meaning you. (to intend)
  6. If we want to catch the 7.30 train, that will mean the house at 6.00. (to have something as a result)
  7. Have you tried butter instead of oil? (to make and experiment)
  8. I'm trying Japanese, but it's very difficult. (to attempt)
  9. She admitted her company's responsibility for the disaster and went on how compensation would be paid to the victims. (to move to the next thing or stage)
  10. We really can't go on like this – we'll have to find a bigger house. (to continue)