Locate the gerund phrase and identify its noun use.
She was able to get past the muddy road by driving carefully.
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Match each term to its definition.
1. a verb form ending in -ing used as an adjective adverb phrase
2. a verb form used as another part of speech restrictive clause
3. a verb form ending in -ing used as a noun coordinating conjunction
4. group of words without a subject or verb used as single part of speech prepositional phrase
5. verb form preceded by to, used as a noun, an adjective, or an adverb participle
6. phrase beginning with a preposition phrase
7. prepositional phrase modifying a noun or pronoun verb phrase
8. participle with complements and modifiers gerund phrase
9. verb ending in -ing used with a helping verb gerund
10. prepositional phrase modifying a verb, adjective, or adverb infinitive
11. A conjunction that joins words or groups of words of equal rank. participial phrase
12. An adjective clause that is essential to the meaning of the sentence. adjective phrase
13. A verbal form ending in -ing with its object and modifiers used as a noun. verbalWeegy:
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1. a verb form ending in -ing used as an adjectiveWeegy:
A gerund is a verb form ending in -ing that is used as a noun. [www.academicgames.org/games/ling/DICTIONARY%20OF%20TERMS%202009_10.pdf
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1. a verb form ending in -ing used as an adjective adverb phrase restrictive clause coordinating conjunction prepositional phrase participle phrase verb phrase gerund phrase gerund infinitive participial phrase adjective phrase verbal Weegy:
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