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    What is "present gerund"?

    Hello Teachers,

    What is "present gerund".Is there this term in English grammar vocabulary?

    Thanks for your helps.

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    Re: What is "present gerund"?

    Gerunds are nouns formed from verbs. There are two types of gerund: present gerunds, which look like present participles (e.g. "soaring" and "falling") and past gerunds, which are formed by preceding a past participle with the word "having" (e.g. "having forgotten" and "having neglected").

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    Re: What is "present gerund"?

    Hello Hi_There_carl

    Thank you very much for your clear explanation.

    Renzheng04

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