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Q: Locate the gerund phrase and identify its noun use in this sentence "Reckless driving is foolish as well as dangerous."
A: group of words consisting of the minimum of a subject (a noun phrase) and a predicate (sometimes just a single verb). A sentence may be composed of a single clause or a number of clauses. ... [ to form an opinion of the amount, value or quality of something after thinking about it carefully ... a phrase beginning with a gerund ]
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Locate the gerund (not the gerund phrase) and identify its use. I always enjoy eating a midnight snack.
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I always enjoy eating a midnight snack.
Gerund: Eating; used as direct object.
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