Joey - Gerunds - Exercise 2
- Which definitions of move are correct?
- "Move" is a verb and "moving" is a gerund. What's a gerund?
- A gerund is a noun based on a verb, usually expressing an action. For example, I live in Tahiti. Living is easy.
- A gerund is another way to say "adjective".
- A gerund is a past participle.
- What is the interviewer's question? Type it!
- What's the best decision you ever made?
- What's the worst decision you ever made?
- Why did you move to Florida?
- Best and worst decisions: choose the correct answer.
- Best is the superlative of good and worst is the superlative of bad
- Best is the comparative of good and worst is the comparative of bad
- Best is the superlative of good and worse is the superlative of bad
In Joey's sentence move is a verb; moving is a present participle or gerund, based on the verb move.
Move has many meanings. In this case, move =
to go from one residence or location to another; to relocate. For example, to move from North Carolina to Florida.
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