Gerunds are verbal nouns, ACTIVE in meaning, NEUTER in gender: it is found only in the genitive, dative, accusative and ablative. The accusative is chiefly used with ad to express purpose. Its nominative is not used and it has NO PLURAL. The infinitive takes the place of the nominative (a verbal noun as subject).
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