a participle expressing present action; in English is formed by adding -ing
a verb ending in -ing , and is called dangling when the subject of the -ing verb and the subject of the sentence do not agree
This is the ‘ing’ part of a verb, used to make continuous tenses, for example, I was walking in the park yesterday evening.
the 'ing' form of a verb e.g. having, constructing
A verb form expressing present action, formed in English from the infinitive plus -ing, which can be used with auxiliary verbs as in He is baking a cake; as an adjective, the baking rack; or as a noun, as in, the act of baking.
A word formed from a verb which can be used as an adjective to provide a current or ongoing description, or as a noun â€“ always derived by adding the letters â€˜ingâ€™ to the stem of a verb in English. Also known as the â€˜gerundâ€™.