In the sentence you spend time doing nothing is 'doing' a verb?
The verb pattern in this sentence is: n + verb + noun + verb-ing.
The verbs are spend and doing
nouns are you (pronoun) and time
What nouns are acting as adjectives or proper adjectives without a television set you spend more time doing things as a family unit?
Being bored is having nothing to do or not knowing what to do with your time. Doing nothing is actually doing something. It is when you are not doing what you are suppose to be doing or after you have completed a task and there is nothing left to do. In the case of kids, when they say they are doing nothing that means somebody needs a whooping and you need to find out why…
Well,Obviosly little children learn how to spend their time by their parents...AND again when theyre about 10...how to spend your time during the weekend...AND again when your a teenager....You have all different ways to spend your time and I spend my time on the computer,watching tv,doing homework,at school and playing outside!!