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After asking what the difference is between a gerund and a participlewhat the difference is between a gerund and a participle, I began to wonder if all gerunds end with -ing, since I couldn't think of any that didn't. If they do, why?

After asking what the difference is between a gerund and a participle, I began to wonder if all gerunds end with -ing, since I couldn't think of any that didn't. If they do, why?

After asking what the difference is between a gerund and a participle, I began to wonder if all gerunds end with -ing, since I couldn't think of any that didn't. If they do, why?

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Does a gerund always end with "-inging"? If so, why?

After asking what the difference is between a gerund and a participle, I began to wonder if all gerunds end with -ing,-ing, since I couldn't think of any that didn't. If they do, why?

Does a gerund always end with -ing? If so, why?

After asking what the difference is between a gerund and a participle, I began to wonder if all gerunds end with -ing, since I couldn't think of any that didn't. If they do, why?

Does a gerund always end with "-ing"? If so, why?

After asking what the difference is between a gerund and a participle, I began to wonder if all gerunds end with -ing, since I couldn't think of any that didn't. If they do, why?

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Does a Gerund ALWAYSgerund always end with -ing? If so, why?

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