Practical English Usage
English for Competitive Exams
English Grammar and Vocabulary Exercises
A gerund is a form of a verb used as a noun. Gerunds always end in
Like a participle, a gerund can be part of a phrase. Don't confuse gerunds and present participles, because both end in -ing. A gerund functions only as a noun, while a participle functions only as an adjective.
Sections in this articlePhrases
|Can't find it?|
|English Grammar |Practical English Usage |Grammatical terms |English Writing |Vocabulary| English Speaking||
|Copyright © 2006 - 2008 perfectyourenglish.com|
All Rights Reserved.