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[] [] Note to teacher: Note from teacher: Locate the gerund phrase and identify its noun use. Nancy's job is washing dishes.
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Weegy: Without exception, a gerund always ends in -ing. So it is washing. source wikipedia, wisegeek





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Nancy's job is washing dishes.
Gerund phrase: washing dishes.
Noun use: predicate nominative.
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