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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Grammar
gerundger‧und /ˈdʒerənd/ noun [countable] technical  SLGa noun in the form of the present participle of a verb, for example ‘shopping’ in the sentence ‘I like shopping’
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gerundHe: True, in many cases you can get away with using a participle instead of a gerund.This particular passage focuses on the gerund.
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