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-ing words?
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Macau Never get tired 
Verbal nouns. Participles. Gerunds. All end with -ing. What's the difference between them? I've read some material and still haven't figured that shit out. The *reading* room was big. - Gerund? The room does not read, but people in it do. The *reading* man raped a loud visitor. - Participle? The man reads. The listeners could not understand his *reading* of the book. - Verbal noun? The woman was *reading* a paper. - Participle? "Some psychiatric facilities have characteristics of prisons, especially when confining patients who have committed a crime and are considered dangerous." Confining - Gerund? Are considered - Participle II?
2019-02-17 10:20
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Faroe Islands The_Muslims 
Retarding
2019-02-17 10:23
#2
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China LewsTherin 
Stupiding
2019-02-17 10:23
#3
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Germany Zockertropey 
Yeeting
2019-02-17 10:24
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Germany TESTOVlRON 
Yikesing
2019-02-17 10:26
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Sweden Blueface 
-in'>-ing
2019-02-17 10:26
timeing
2019-02-17 10:26
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BnTeT | 
Indonesia BabyREKT 
Oofing
2019-02-17 10:27
"You are being fucking morons." are being - participle? fucking - gerund?
2019-02-17 10:29
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Faroe Islands The_Muslims 
Stop being salty men 😎😎😎
2019-02-17 10:30
It was a serious question though.
2019-02-17 10:32
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