Monday, December 17, 2012

Gerunds and infinitives

December 17, 2012

Both gerunds and infinitives are non-finite verb forms. That means their form does not change with a change in the subject or tense of the verb. A gerund is an –ing form that does the work of a noun. Examples are: cooking, singing, working, sleeping etc. Gerunds are often confused with present participles because they […]

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