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    Hi, I'm a little confused:
    What's the difference between: past participle, present continuous and present progressive?
    In this sentence: What you should do is GOING there..... In this case is "GOING" a gerund?
    Thanks a lot.

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    Re: Ing

    Going is not used correctly in your sentence: (What you should do is GOING there.).
    The correct wording is: What you should do is GO there.


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