Inma: Thank you for that. One of the examples in the lesson is "Ellos están viviendo en Caracas" which I though was a bit out of context. it would be great if you included your explanation in the main body of the lesson. Oops: I see you cover that point in the next lesson. xx
By the way, the present participle (-ING) is not a gerund unless it is used as a noun. Technical point I know.
Thanks Ian. In reference to "gerund" we don't have such thing as a "presente participio" for your present participle. In Spanish whichever the function, the -ando/-iendo forms are called "gerundio". It is a bit tricky to make that differentiation in lessons when the gerund is involved because we can't really call them present participles... but will note it and speak with the team to see if we can come up with something in that matter. Gracias y Feliz Año.
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