14 April, 21:42
What is a participle and gerund?
14 April, 21:50
A gerund is a form of a verb used as a noun, whereas a participle is a form of verb used as an adjective or as a verb in conjunction with an auxiliary verb.
14 April, 21:57
A Gerund is a form of a verb used as a noun
A Participle is a form of verb used as an adjective
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