1. Use the correct form of the verb - I have a friend who claims (be) able to speak ten languages.
2. Use the correct form of the verb - I got up and looked out of the window (see) what the weather was like.
3. Use the correct form of the verb - Remember (phone) Thomas tomorrow.
4. Use the correct form of the verb - I don't mind (talk) about the weather.
5. Use the correct form of the verb - I'm very happy. I keep (smile) the whole day.
6. I'm trying to sell my bicycle but nobody is interested in (buy) it.
7. Karen is interested in (start) to work for a new company.
8. John is divorced. He's not interested in (get) married again.
9. She was interested in (read) your article in the newspaper last Monday.
10. You must tell me what you think. I'm always interested in (hear) your point of view.