This is the official YouTube channel of the University of West Florida Writing Lab. Have you ever wondered what a gerund is? We wonder wh...
This is the official YouTube channel of the University of West Florida Writing Lab. Have you ever wondered what a gerund is? We wonder what a gerund is all the time, and one day, we even intend to look it up*. In the meantime, we keep ourselves occupied by providing grammar tutoring and paper reading services for UWF students, as well as operating a grammar hotline and a website with grammar tips available freely to the public. If the difference between "uninterested" and "disinterested" excites you as much as it does us, or if you're just curious to learn more about the English language, you can find more resources on our website at http://uwf.edu/cassh/departments/writing-lab/ or visit us at one of our locations on UWF's Pensacola campus. *This statement is a joke, of course. A gerund is a non-finite verb form (or "verbal") ending in -ing which functions as a noun, as in the example, "I enjoy writing channel descriptions such as this one."