Verbals Review (L.8.1a)

Gerund or Gerund Phrase-a verb or verb phrase that functions as a noun in the sentence. A gerund always ends in "-ing"
Example: Cooking is fun. I enjoy shopping.
Participial or Participial phrase-a verb or verb phrase that functions as an adjective in the sentence. A participial can end in "-ing," "-ed," or "-en". Present participials end in "-ing" and past participials end in "-ed" or "-en".
Example: The broken chair; The pouring rain
Infinitive-a verb phrase that begins with "to" and acts as a noun, adjective or adverb in the sentence
Example: I like to cook. I need a shirt to wear to the party.
Verbals Review (L.8.1a)





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