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Study the word list: words ending in ing

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learning
He has a very good attitude towards learning.
thinking
The power of positive thinking can change and improve your life. *
running
Even though he was tired he kept running.
jogging
Jogging is a good way to exercise.
sitting
An hour spent sitting and doing nothing is an eternity to a three-year-old. *
walking
Bad luck from walking under ladders is a superstition. *
eating
Whilst eating a meal, he dropped a noodle.
gardening

building
Let's explore that old building.
flying
A swallow was flying up above.
jumping

ending

examining
Archaeology is the study of the past by digging up and examining remains of buildings, tools and other items. *
stacking

gaming

spelling
This course should help your spelling.
collecting
He liked collecting stamps. *
colouring British English spelling

playing
It was hard to concentrate with the music playing in the room.

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