When will you be doing your jump?
Where will you be doing your jumping?
"Your jump" implies a single jump, like a parachute jump for instance.
"your jumping" would be a series of jumps, perhaps on a trampoline; the -ing implies continuity
jump = verb (i.e. push oneself off a surface and into the air by using the muscles in one's legs and feet), noun (i.e. an act of jumping from a surface by pushing upward with one's legs and feet)
jumping = noun (gerund in noun position)
Difference between Laufen and Rennen
I want to know when I should use -ing form as noun or adjective; I am really confused about this.
Excuse me or Pardon? Which is better when you couldn't hear someone on phone?
Is there any explanation about structure for making questions (ex wasvo, etc)? if there is, where can I find it?
Der kalif, der seinem Grosswesir schon lange gern eine Freunde gemacht hätte,...
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