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    gerund

    According to my grammar book the Gerund is formed by adding the -ing to all verbs and also (quote) 'That -ing can now go on almost any verb'

    Now my question is : Is there any verb which can't have the gerund form?

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    Re: gerund

    Quote Originally Posted by allthewayanime View Post
    Now my question is : Is there any verb which can't have the gerund form?
    The modals, for a starter.

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