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1 Tiffany Winman commented Permalink

Ok, the English teacher in me can't resist commenting on this. :) Networking is a noun and a verb. When it's a noun, it functions as a nominalization--meaning we converted its verb form and used it as a noun in a sentence. For example, "Swimming is fun." Swimming functions as the subject/noun in this sentence, not the verb/predicate, which is "is fun."

All that side--point taken. Let's get out there and network, people!

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