What is the noun for sang?
The word 'sang' is the past tense of the verb to sing.
The word sing is a noun as word for an occasion of singing, or a ringing or whizzing sound.
The noun forms of the verb to sing are singer and the gerund, singing.
English-speaking and English language sentence structure is always: A noun or pronoun followed by a verb and possibly followed by an adverb and the sentence may have an object -- or prepositional phrase. I sang. (first-person pronoun as subject+verb) Sally sang. (noun+verb) Sally sang loudly. (proper noun as subject+verb+adverb) Sally and I sang loudly. (compound subject+verb+adverb) Sally and I sang the song loudly. (the song is the object)(compound subject+verb+object+adverb) Sally and I sang the song…
The word 'softly' is not a pronoun. The word 'softly' is an adverb, a word that modifies a verb, an adjective, or another adverb. Example: Mother sang softly to the baby. A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun in a sentence. Example: Mother picked up the baby and sang softly to him. ( the pronoun 'him' takes the place of the noun 'baby' in the second part of the sentence)
The word 'moving' is a gerund (a verbal noun), the present participle (the -ing form) of the verb that functions as a noun. The present participle of a verb also functions as an adjective. Examples: The Browns are moving to Florida. (verb) Moving is a hard job if you don't have enough help. (noun) She sang a moving song for her audition. (adjective)
The word 'moving' is the present participle of the verb to move. The present participle of the verb also functions as an adjective. The present participle of the verb is a gerund, a verbal noun. Examples: We are moving to Florida. (verb) Moving is a hard job if you don't have enough help. (noun) She sang a moving song for her audition. (adjective)