Gerund and Infinitive in English

Gerund and Infinitive in English

A gerund is a verb in its ing (present participle) form that functions as a noun that names an activity rather than a person or thing. Any action verb can be made into a gerund. Follow the list for detailed expressions, examples about gerund and infitive.

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