Directions: Each sentence contains an underlined verbal phrase. Exercise. Distinguishing between Participles and Gerunds - Exercise 3. In the case of gerunds, state what function they serve in the sentence. Gerunds vs Infinitives 6 (Advanced) Gerunds vs Infinitives Exercise 7. Show all questions <= => I saw him LYING ON THE BEACH. If the verbal is a participle, write the noun that it is modifying. What do you want (do) tonight? Complete the following exercise with gerund or infinitive forms of the indicated verbs. Note that a present participle can refer to the present, past or future. Gerunds Infinitives Worksheet 2. Unit 30: Infinitives Of Purpose. Featured Quizzes. Hearing a loud noise, we ran to the window. Gerunds and Infinitives Exercises. Exhausted is a past participle, formed by adding -ed to the present form of the verb (exhaust). In the box below each sentence, identify the verbal as a present participle or gerund. Participial phrase; She believes in GIVING HER WHOLE HEART. When-ing forms are used like nouns, they are called gerunds. The past participles of all regular verbs end in -ed. All present participles end in -ing.
This is a brief quiz on identifying participles, gerunds, and infinitives. Play this game to review Grammar. Gerunds vs Infinitives Exercise 8. Telling The Future ~ Ir A Infinitive. A gerund is a noun that ends in -ing 2. ? Gerunds Infinitives 5. Gerunds Infinitives Fill in 3. He has ruined his lungs by smoking. ? Infinitive Or Gerunds. Verbals 1--Gerund or Participle Quiz. Point out the present participles and gerunds in the following sentences. Participles and Gerunds Exercise.
State whether the –ing forms given in the following sentences are participles or gerunds. Gerund phrase ? Gerund phrase ? Both participles modify the subject, children. Irregular verbs, however, have various past participle endings—for instance, thrown, ridden, built, and gone.
1. When -ing forms are used as verbs, adjectives or adverbs, they are called present participles. A. In the case of participles, name the noun or pronoun they qualify. In each item, look at the word or phrase in quotes and then indicate whether it is a participle, gerund, or infinitive.
1. Identify each -ing phrase as a gerund phrase or as a participial phrase.
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