Have you ever heard of appositives, appositive phrases, or nouns in apposition?
These terms might sound confusing, but they name something we do in language all the time.
Here's a simple introduction, along with a trick for remembering these seemingly confusing terms.
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In the meantime, here's a still from Level Two with an example from Marie of a gerund as the object of a verb:
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