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    working

    I applied for the job of care assistant, working at a residence for disabled people.


    I wonder if "working" is gerund or anything.

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    Re: working

    Quote Originally Posted by wowenglish1 View Post
    I applied for the job of care assistant, working at a residence for disabled people.


    I wonder if "working" is gerund or anything.


    Working is part of the participial phrase modifying job. In other words,
    working at a residence for disabled people is a participial phrase that describes the job.

    Hope that helps.

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