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revised Why Is “You did well.” Even Grammatically Correct (American English)?
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comment Why Is “You did well.” Even Grammatically Correct (American English)?
Once again, the meaning requires the absence of the object in some cases and in others has an implied object in the context. If he did as he was told, it is synonymous to "he carried out the order". Once again the focus is on the action, this time with a conjunction.
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comment Does a gerund always end with -ing? If so, why?
A past participle isn't necessarily a gerund, the two are brothers but the one isn't a subset of the other.