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A gerund is modified by an
In English, the gerund is identical in form to the present participle (ending in -ing) and can behave as a verb within a clause (so that it may be modified by an adverb or have an object), [ but the clause as a whole (sometimes consisting of only one word, the gerund itself) acts as a noun within the larger sentence. For example: Eating this cake is easy. ]
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User: A gerund is a verbal that ends in -ing and functions as a?

User: The third-person, singular, neuter, possessive pronoun is

User: A gerund is modified by an

Weegy: In English, the gerund is identical in form to the present participle (ending in -ing) and can behave as a verb within a clause (so that it may be modified by an adverb or have an object), [ but the clause as a whole (sometimes consisting of only one word, the gerund itself) acts as a noun within the larger sentence. For example: Eating this cake is easy. ]
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User: Identify the sentence error by selecting the correct term: case, agreement, or reference. If the team practices with the new players, they will improve.





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