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)
Wegen viel Arbeit oder wegen vieler Arbeit?
English speaking practice
The difference between "has + been + p.p" and "had + been + p.p"
Is anyone here to practice English with me?
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