About Gerunds




Basics of English Grammar – Beginner Level

Lesson 13

adb9f7a0f896613de5f95a6bf98c7675A gerund (verb + ing) acts like a noun in a sentence.
  • Seeing is believing.
  • Running a marathon is not an easy thing to do.
  • Watching TV is sometimes harmful.
  • Eating is always fun.
  • My hobby is painting.
  • She loves babysitting her sister.
  • I like listening to music.
  • I wasted all my afternoon by taking a nap.
  • I am afraid of singing a song on a stage.
Often, a possessive noun or pronoun comes before a gerund.
  • I hope that you don’t mind me using your pen.
  • Don’t be mad about me leaving early.
  • I don’t want you misunderstanding
  • You will be amazed by my writing.


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