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  • you're watching Chalk and Talk by Brian Roads Brought to You by business English pod dot com As I'm sure you're well aware, there are many I N g words in English.

  • Sometimes they take the form of Jared or a participle of some sort.

  • Let's take a look at all the examples I can think of that you might want to know about for these i N g.

  • So you can recognize thumb and perhaps use them in your English number one.

  • I saw an interesting movie or the other film was not exciting.

  • I have to.

  • I ng's here and both of them are simply adjectives.

  • The movie was interesting.

  • I saw it.

  • The other film was not exciting.

  • Those two you notice the form their interesting plus now and then you have your verb waas and then the compliment Not exciting.

  • So example Number one adjective I ng's number two is compound now owns and I'm sure you're familiar with these.

  • My swimming pool is near a parking lot.

  • One i n g.

  • There on another one here, Uh, there are many compound now like this, a pool which you use for swimming and a lot which you use for parking.

  • So swimming pool, parking lot compound now and number three I have been living here for 10 years.

  • There's that i n g.

  • In this case, that's the present participle, and that's part of a verb.

  • Tense, continuous or progressive verb tenses will have the i n g.

  • I have been living here for 10 years.

  • Verb tenses.

  • Number four Skiing is fun, but I enjoy snowboarding to I n g i N g.

  • This construction is called the Jared can be the subject of a verbs or subject of a sentence.

  • Skiing is fun, and it can follow certain verbs after, for example, enjoy.

  • There's your i N g i N g the number four the Jared number five.

  • Do you see that man running across the road?

  • There's your I N g right there running.

  • What construction is that?

  • I've been calling that in my other lecture.

  • Reduced relative clause Reduced adjective clause.

  • Do you see that man who is running in here?

  • You're missing the who is.

  • That's just the reduction of the relative clause into a relative or adjective phrase.

  • Do you see that man who is running becomes running number six Yes, I see him running another I n g right there.

  • Example.

  • Number six is after a verb of perception of verb, a sense verb we have see look here plus something or someone and then you're I N g.

  • It's a little bit like this one, but it's usually it's followed by a are a verbal perception, which followed by the I N.

  • G.

  • So number four Jared's number five reduced relative clauses into a phrase and number six cents burb or verbal perception, followed by something or somebody.

  • And then on I N.

  • G.

  • And finally we come to example Number seven participle phrases.

  • I became quite tired watching the movie in this first example, Here's your I N G.

  • And you might be wondering how that fits in This is just a shortened are participle phrase.

  • I became quite tired while I was watching the movie.

  • Usually this has an idea off while I waas so you could do it this way.

  • Watching the movie comma, I became quite tired so you can have a reversal like I've done in this one for the past idea.

  • This has a past idea for the same thing here, having already seen the TV movie comma.

  • I changed the channel.

  • There's your I N g.

  • You'll see this verb having plus the past participle acts like a present, perfect of the past concept of what you were doing.

  • It's already taken place.

  • So I changed the channel comma or I changed the channel.

  • Having already seen the TV movie, you could switch those around as well.

  • So in Number seven, you have the participle phrase.

  • While I was watching our while, I or I had already seen the TV movie, so I changed the channel.

  • These two examples participle phrases.

  • So as you can see, there are many, many I N G words in English, and it's kind of handy to know exactly which ones they are and how they work.

  • Let's have a little lesson on the gerund.

  • JaRon looks like a verb and acts like a Now let me give you an example.

  • Number one snowboarding that ends in I n G.

  • Which a lot of verbs do.

  • But in this case, this is a Geren, and it acts like a now because in this case, number one, it can be the subject of the sentence.

  • Let me give you.

  • Let's continue this idea.

  • Number one.

  • Snowboarding is fun, but it's expensive.

  • It is the pronoun of the Jared snowboarding.

  • Okay, so Jared can be the subject of a sentence like a now number two.

  • Quite often, the Jared is followed by certain verbs.

  • I enjoy skiing.

  • Now here's another Jared ending in I N G right there.

  • Now this verb is from, ah, list of many, many verbs that can be followed by the Jared.

  • I enjoy skiing.

  • I love skiing.

  • Um, just goes on and on to understand which verbs are to use correctly.

  • Which verbs go with the JaRon.

  • You just have to memorize them, get a list and memorized Number three.

  • In this case, the JaRon is preceded by a phrase.

  • In this case, I'm looking forward to going up, and here's the Jarron rate.

  • They're going up to the ski hill.

  • It's preceded by I'm looking forward to, and so what?

  • You should know about this type of phrase and followed by a Jared.

  • Don't get too confused when you have a two plus an I n g together.

you're watching Chalk and Talk by Brian Roads Brought to You by business English pod dot com As I'm sure you're well aware, there are many I N g words in English.

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