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When an -ing verb is used as a noun, it's a gerund. "Jogging" is a gerund in that sentence.

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Q: Is jogging a gerund participle or infinitive in the sentence Daily jogging is a good way to build one's strength and stamina?
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Is jogging an infinitive?

The word jogging is not simply an infinitive. An infinitive is [to + a verb]. To jog would be an infinitive.

Jogging in the forest you were attacked by trolls is this sentence's participle okay or does it dangle?

It's OK, since it is "you" (as opposed to the trolls) who were "jogging in the forest."

What is the present tense of jog?

I/You/We/They jog. He/She/It jogs. The present participle is jogging.

What part of speech is jogging?

Depends on how it is used. Jogging is fun. (Gerund/noun- used as subject of sentence) I go jogging every morning. (Gerund). I am jogging right now. Lexical verb/present participle while "am" is the auxiliary verb. All together "am jogging" is a verb in the present continuous (progressive) tense. See related link.

What is the gerund phrase in this sentence 'These shoes are for jogging'?

for joggingThe gerund is jogging, in the prepositional phrase "for jogging." The gerund is a noun here.

What is the part of speech for the word jogging?

The word "jogging" is a gerund, which functions as a noun in a sentence.

Le jogging in a sentence?

J'aime le jogging, ça me détend avant d'aller au travail.

How do you make a sentence with rapidly?

His heart beat rapidly from jogging.

How does jogging improve aerobic endurance?

It helps build up physical endurance and strength

Is jog a noun?

"Jogging", which is a conjugated form of the verb "to jog" is not a noun at all - it's a verb. The word "jog", however, as in, "I'm going for a jog," would be a common noun.

What is sentence fragment?

A sentence fragment lacks a key part in a sentence:"Went jogging."A sentence has subject and predicate."Steve went jogging."Or another example is:"ran"instead you should use "she/he ran.For a proper sentence you need what, who, where, also it would be better if you also put in when or why or put then in together.

What does the sentence 'He does not run neither does he blade' mean?

He does not do jogging and he does not do inlineskating either.