Madhur Akanksha Varshney

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answered Is a lengthy combination of words with hyphens like “the worst not-technically-in-a-recession year in American history” a new fashion of writing?
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comment When can the -ing form of a verb be placed before a noun?
@EdwinAshworth Even the other sentence sounds more natural when rearranged thus: "There is a man sleeping under the tree." That should be the correct verbal usage.
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answered When can the -ing form of a verb be placed before a noun?
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