Gerund or infinitive?

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1. Paul didn´t mind (stay) at home instead (go) to school.
2. But the truancy officer knew what he had (do) and of course he didn´t forget (visit) him at home.
3. So he went to his home because he expected (find) him there.
4. It was difficult for the officer (convince) Paul that (not/go) to school is against the law
5. He disliked (accept) that Paul had some good reasons for his decision.
6. He kept (talk) but Paul wasn´t the boy (give up) easily.
7. Nevertheless, the School Board made Paul (come) to an interview.