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For my WJEC Latin Language certificate level 2.
The gerund is a verbal noun: a form of the verb that acts like a noun. In English, the gerund is formed by adding "-ing" to the verb and using it as a NOUN. Example.) Running is fun
ON THE OTHER HAND...
The gerundive is a verbal adjective: a form of the verb that acts like an adjective. The gerundive is the adjectival form of the gerund. Remember: gerundIVE = adjectIVE
FOR PRESENT particles...The present participle of most verbs has the form base+ing and is used in the following ways: Present participles end in -ing (carrying, sharing, tapping).