Can you provide me a quote that contains a quote?
What is philandering?
Is "get lost" considered to be an etymology phrase?
Is "Unbowed, Regina returned to the playfield," a gerund phrase?
What are the most often used search phrases?
What does the phrase "the cat's meow" mean?
Where did the phrase I tell you what come from?
I have heard the word gerund before, but I don't know what it is.
A gerund is a verbal ending in "ing" that acts like a noun. A gerund phrase functions as a unit and can do anything a noun can do.
think "ing" plus a noun in a phrase
That is what a gerund is:
eating, thinking, turking
Thinking about gerunds and nouns can make you crazy if you let it
gerund, a verb that ends with -ing, but acts as a noun,+modifiers+objects+modifiers of its object
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