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The Present Participle is a Verb used as an Adjective. It is formed by adding the suffix -ing to the infinitive form of the Verb.

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Using "of" more than once seems weird to me, so I'm trying to avoid such repetition. For example there is a notion of sustaining of relations which I want to replace with a notion of re …
asked Nov 20 '16 by Ramid