8 Examples of Gerund Sentences, Definition and Examples
The gerund is a verb that acts like a noun in a sentence. The subject in which the names are used in the sentence is used in the case of the object. The gerund is obtained by adding the -ing tag to a verb root.
1.Having to get up early won’t bother me at all.
2.Being married will not make me happy.
3.Looking after many children keeps Susan busy.
4.I can’t stand Tom’s speaking German.
5.After taking a bath, I felt fine.
6.I was afraid of hurting her feelings.
7.I’m afraid I have to delay going on holiday because of my personal problems.
8.You can go to cinema when you’ve finished doing your homework.