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I must have been dreaming. HELPING VERBS
Were you cheating? ADVERB
I hate white chocolate. DIRECT OBJECT
The fat, yellow cat ran slowly down the hall. PREPOSITIONAL PHRASE
Who has been drinking my coffee? PRONOUN SUBJECT
I enjoy singing karaoke. GERUND AS DIRECT OBJECT WITH A DIRECT OBJECT
Dancing requires dedication. GERUND AS SUBJECT
I can’t help you. ADVERB MODIFIER
Give me all your money. IMPLIED YOU PREPOSITIONAL PHRASE MODIFYING DIRECT OBJECT all
I found the pizza under the bed, on top of the book with the lint on it. WRITE THE SENTENCE
Prepositional Phrases as Adjectives and Adverbs
DGP Tuesday Notes.
Gerunds, Infinitives, and Participles. Oh my!
Verbals and Verb Phrases
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Used in place of a noun pronoun.
One phrase can make a whole lot of difference
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Verbals: Gerunds, Infinitives, & Participles
Gerund is the –ing form of a verb used as a noun. To form gerunds, use the base form + ing Example : I enjoy learning English To form negative gerunds,
Infinitive Phrases Advanced Composition. Infinitives A verbal that functions as a noun, an adjective, or an adverb. An infinitive usually begins with.
Gerunds and Infinitives as Direct Objects
Participles A participle is a form of a verb that acts as an adjective. –The crying woman left the movie theater. –The frustrated child ran away from home.
By Marsha Barrow.
GERUNDS AND INFINITIVES - 1 Use the gerund (verb + ing) 1. After prepositions and phrasal verbs. I’m very good at remembering names. She’s given up smoking.
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