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First, identify the gerund in the sentence below. Then, replace the gerund with the infinitive of the same verb. Type the infinitive form of the verb in the space provided.

Debbie loved watching the skaters glide around the rink.

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  1. Watching is the gerund, the object of the verb loved.

    Debbie loved to watch . . .

  2. "loved" is the infinitive verb -- it leads to what is loved. "loved watching" is the infinitive phrase.

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  3. to watch

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  4. R4PE IS LOVE

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  5. First, identify the gerund in the sentence below. Then, replace the gerund with the infinitive of the same verb. Type the infinitive form of the verb in the space provided. Debbie loved watching the skaters glide around the rink.

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