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In this gerund phrases practice worksheet, students discover what gerunds are as they read an informative lesson plan. Students then respond to 10 questions that require them to identify gerund phrases and identify the types of nouns they act as in the sentences.
For this gerund practice worksheet, students discover what gerunds are as they read an informative lesson. Students then respond to 10 questions that require them to identify gerunds and identify the types of nouns they act as in the sentences.
In this gerunds worksheet, students underline the gerunds or gerund phrases in each sentence. Students complete this for 18 sentences.
In this gerund learning exercise, students identify gerunds and their uses in sentences relating to Jurassic Park.
What do your pupils know about gerunds? Help them practice identifying and writing gerunds with a pair of quick exercises. In the first exercise, learners must find the gerunds and not get distracted by the other -ing words. In the second, class members complete a series of sentences with their own gerunds. Each exercise is quick. Identify in class and assign the second exercise as homework!
Scott Middle School students demonstrate how to use gerunds properly in their writing. This is an engaging and informative video that is perfect to use as an introduction to your gerunds lesson.
Delve into the world of gerunds and infinitives with this detailed powerpoint. Each slide provides examples and corresponding images. Stopping throughout the presentation would allow for guided and individual practice. This could also be a great tool for English language development. 
There are many different types of clauses and phrases, and your class can practice them while reading and adding to a story about Grammar Man and his battle with the Fragmenter, the Cell Phony, and other grammar villains! For the first section here, pupils identify adverb clauses, adjective clauses, prepositional phrases, participial phrases, gerund phrases, infinitive phrases, appositives, and absolute phrases. In the second section, which is similar to a Mad Lib™, learners fill in each blank with the designated phrase or clause type.
In this gerunds worksheet, students fill in 5 blanks in 4 sentences with correct answers dealing with facts about gerunds. Students find the gerunds and underline each one in 6 sentences and then write an original sentence using the gerund walking as the subject of the sentence.
In this gerunds and gerund phrases instructional activity, students practice their grammar skills as they identify the gerunds or gerund phrases in 5 sentences. Students read 10 more sentences and identify each gerund or gerund phrase as a subject, direct object, predicate nominative, or object of the preposition
In this gerunds and gerund phrases worksheet, students practice their grammar skills as they identify the gerunds or gerund phrases in 10 sentences. Students read 8 more sentences and identify each gerund or gerund phrase as a subject, direct object, predicate nominative, or object of the preposition.
Students identify gerunds and infinitives in emergency-related scenarios. They replace gerunds with infinitives in written and spoken exercises. They create and perform an emergency dialogue using gerunds and infinitives.
In this grammar rules learning exercise, students learn important grammar rules about gerunds and infinitives. This informational learning exercise does not have any questions on it.
In this English exercises:  infinitives and gerunds worksheet, 8th graders interactively complete 8 sentences using the correct form of the words given, with immediate online feedback.
Do your young grammarians need extra practice identifying gerund phrases? After reading a short definition and studying examples, learners underline the gerund phrases in 20 sentences. This worksheet could be used as the basis of a mini-lesson or as take home practice. An answer key is provided.
Students identify gerunds in written and spoken form. They analyze sentences for subjects, verbs, and objects. They complete a Gerund Practice worksheet independently, exchange papers and correct. They work in pairs to complete other exercises related to objects and subjects.
In this online interactive grammar worksheet, students respond to 10 fill in the blank questions regarding gerunds and infinitives. Students may check their answers with the click of the mouse.
In this online interactive ESL grammar activity, students read a passage and fill in the blanks with the appropriate gerunds and infinitives from the answer bank. Students may submit their answers to be scored.
In this grammar worksheet, students complete twelve sentences by writing the appropriate gerund or infinitive. Students are given a verb in parentheses for each sentence.
The gerund is described as just like the present participle by Yossarian the Grammarian. Look for the -ing ending to discover where the gerund is in the sentence.

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