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Verbal, Infinitive, Participle and Gerund

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Sometimes back when I use to decipher the explanation of SC questions given by the Experts, I'd find myself at lost. Later when I analyzed the problem I realized that my original problem was that I didn't understood the basic language of English grammar. So I searched the net and made a few presentations. Here is first of the series. Its on Verbals, Infinitives, Participles and Gerunds. I hope it'll help some of folks out there. I'd also request the experts to check the document and suggest changes so the contents can be improved and made more GMAT related.
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Re: Verbal, Infinitive, Participle and Gerund [#permalink] New post 10 Nov 2013, 17:49
Good document

Perhaps you can include simple and complex gerunds and their significance wrt parallelism and probably you can add the use of -ing and -ed participles as modifiers.
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Re: Verbal, Infinitive, Participle and Gerund [#permalink] New post 10 Nov 2013, 18:04
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Good document

Perhaps you can include simple and complex gerunds and their significance wrt parallelism and probably you can add the use of -ing and -ed participles as modifiers.


Thanks for the suggestion dentobizz, I'll get on the job! :thumbup:
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