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    Question Gerund, infinitive, participle

    For the following sentences, which are gerunds, infinitives, present participles and past participles?

    The ringing of the church bells was heard above the shouting of the surging crowd.

    Being a junior accountant working for a small company, I may well have little prospect of promotion this year due to the recent falling-away of business.


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    Re: Gerund, infinitive, participle

    First of all, what do you think they are and why? It will help you understand the differences better if you try first.

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