Gerunds, Participles, and Infinitives (Grade 4)

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Gerunds, Participles, and Infinitives

1. 
Although she loves to dance, she does not enjoy dancing tango.

In the sentence above, which group of words makes up a gerund phrase?
  1. Although she loves
  2. to dance
  3. dancing tango
  4. does not enjoy
2. 
Which sentence has a gerund phrase?
  1. I love eating blueberries.
  2. I love to eat blueberries.
  3. I love blueberries.
  4. I love it when blueberries are good.
3. 
Identify the type of phrase in the following sentence: Practicing my English skills, I knew I would make a good grade on the test.
  1. Infinitive Phrase
  2. Appositive Phrase
  3. Gerund Phrase
  4. Participle Phrase
4. 
Identify the type of phrase in the following sentence: Practicing my English skills helps me on my test.
  1. Infinitive Phrase
  2. Appositive Phrase
  3. Gerund Phrase
  4. Participle Phrase
5. 
A verb form, usually preceded by 'to' that can be used as a noun or a modifier is called a(n):
  1. Participle
  2. Gerund
  3. Infinitive
  4. Appositive
  5. Preposition
6. 
Read the phrase below. Determine whether the phrase is an Infinitive, Gerund, Participle or Preposition.
A. 
to me
  1. Infinitive
  2. Gerund
  3. Participle
  4. Preposition
B. 
Jogging in place
  1. Infinitive
  2. Gerund
  3. Participle
  4. Prepostion
C. 
to eat
  1. Infinitive
  2. Gerund
  3. Participle
  4. Preposition
D. 
baked bread
  1. Infinitive
  2. Gerund
  3. Participle
  4. preposition
E. 
under the bridge
  1. Infinitive
  2. Gerund
  3. Participle
  4. Preposition

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