Non-finites

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  • Q1

    Rebecca misses living in Berlin with her family. In this sentence, the gerund is used as:

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    Answer:

    the object of a verb

    Explanation:

    A gerund is be used as the object of a verb, miss.

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  • Q2

    Having been questioned ample times, Henry left the hall rather annoyed. The underlined phrase is a

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    Answer:

    Perfect participle

    Explanation:

    Perfect participles are formed as "Having" + [past participle]

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  • Q3

    Peter’s favorite sport is running. Here, running is used as a/an

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    Answer:

    Gerund

    Explanation:

    ‘Running’ is the gerund. It acts as a predicate nominative in the sentence, identifying sport.

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  • Q4

    __________ the same tune as always, John entered the main gate of the house.

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    Answer:

    Whistling

    Explanation:

    A participle phrase also acts like an adjective. The participle phrase ‘Whistling the same tune as always’ describes John.

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  • Q5

    I remember making hard dough when I cooked for the first time. The gerund in this sentence is

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    Answer:

    making

    Explanation:

    A gerund is the -ing form of a verb.

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