Are "For the meeting" and "at the meeting" gerund or not?

moseen

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Are "For the meeting" and "at the meeting" gerund clauses or no, please?
1. I was late for the meeting.
2. Why weren't you at the meeting yesterday?
 

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Are "For the meeting" and "at the meeting" gerund clauses or not, please?

1. I was late for the meeting.

2. Why weren't you at the meeting yesterday?
They are phrases – not clauses, and 'meeting' is not a gerund – it's a noun.

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moseen

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They are phrases – not clauses, and 'meeting' is not a gerund – it's a noun.

(Cross-posted)
Do you mean I posted this question in other forums?

No, I only posted here, I didn't post this question anywhere, only here. you can check.
 
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