Not sure what you mean with "again" or why you mention gerunds - did you see this in a skill named "gerunds"?
You're right that it doesn't use a gerund in either language, unless you use "gerund" to mean the same thing as "-ing form" regardless of whether that form is used adverbially (He came into the room singing) or substantively (Singing is fun).
(One problem with English grammar is that you'll sometimes see different words for the same thing, or the same word used to mean different things, depending on where you look. Partly compounded by the fact that English is not Latin, yet it is often described with words that come from Latin grammar.)
Again meaning just like in one of the previous sentences under Gerund.
>You're right that it doesn't use a gerund in either language, unless you use "gerund" to mean...
It's simply present continous, no gerund there no matter how you look at it. Gerund and Infinitive are the only 2 "problematic" skills that I have seen so far. As far as I am concerned, these 2 should undergo a major overhaul before the course is fully released. Perhaps merge them into something like the Subjunctive and some other skill? Just my tree fiddy.
One more thing. In the Italian course, when you hover over any verb during a test, you see a Conjugate button in addition to the regular stuff. Clicking on it brings up a simplified conjugation table for that verb. I reckon that would be extremely handy for Greek as well. Is it something you can do on your own as course creators?
I don't think this should be in the "gerund" skill - it's just a present form of the verb to wait. I've seen a few examples in the "gerund" set like this, which is likely to be confusing for anyone who might be already struggling with what a gerund is in English let alone Greek. Seeing these examples included will not help and it would be great if they could be weeded out whenever this second tree arrives. (I never understand what that means, but look forward to it when I see it being mentioned by mods on here!)
Yes, there is no Gerund in Greek and this Skill has been removed from the new tree. The New Tree is a reworking of the entire course editing, removing, adding anything that we see as faulty in this tree. However, we are being hampered by a problematic audio system that is out of our domain from sending the new tree for release. We have been informed that a new audio system is being tested and hope it's implemented soon.