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    calling

    I wonder if "calling" is gerund or anything.
    If "calling" is gerund, I wonder why "calling" is gerund.

    You've got a lot of nerve, calling me at this time of night.

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    Re: calling

    Quote Originally Posted by wowenglish1 View Post
    I wonder if "calling" is gerund or anything.
    If "calling" is gerund, I wonder why "calling" is gerund.

    You've got a lot of nerve, calling me at this time of night.
    Search this forum for "-ing forms." There have been many discussions on this topic. One which may be particularly helpful is "Difference between gerund and present participle." Sorry I couldn't link it.
    Last edited by riquecohen; 19-Aug-2011 at 15:52.

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