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    Gerund

    Is correct that gerund always be used after preposition?
    Is "either" a preposition? because I noticed verb following it always in gerund form.
    Ex: Subject complements complete the meaning of the subject by either describing or renaming it.


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    Re: Gerund

    Gerund can be in the following position:

    1) he is proud of earning more money.
    2) He is studying english.
    3) Practicing more makes you better.
    4) This playing boat belongs to her.

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