- It seems none of them likes my singing. (The word singing is a gerund.)
A gerund often follows a verb, and a preposition does not come between the gerund and the verb.
Gerund is used as a subject in a sentence.
Gerund used as an object in a sentence.
Gerund comes after a preposition.
Gerund comes after conjunctions.
Gerund follows an adjective.
Gerund may come before another noun.
Gerund can be plural countable nouns.
We can use ‘be used to’ / ‘get used to’ with gerund.
Gerund in a negative statement
Phrasal verb + gerund
Gerund used in other expressions
When a gerund forms part of a phrase, it is called a gerund phrase. A gerund phrase may also include modifiers and complements.