Grade 5 Grammar Lesson 3 Verbs finite and non-finite

We use the plain infinitive after the expressions had better, would rather, rather than and but (only when but means except). Look at these examples.

When we add –ing to a verb, it may act as a noun (subject or object of a sentence) and we call it a gerund. It may also act like an adjective. If it acts as an adjective, it is called a participle.

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