|13.6.11 exercise11: gerundio is never a noun|
Reading is fun. => Reading is the subject of this sentence.
I like reading a lot. => Reading a lot is the object of the sentence.
The Italian gerundio is not a verbal substantive and can never be used as an object or a subject. The English gerund, which is not to be confused with the English present participle, is to be traduced with an infinitivo who actually can be used as a verbal substantive.
Translate these sentences to English using an infinite form.
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