Not a gerund. Adjective.
Everyone downvoted this, but isn't it right? As i understand, the sentence is more like "the fish that walks" (which was an accepted answer) rather than "the fish that is currently walking" which would be a gerund
Anon is right, it's an adjective.
375 million years ago a fish came out of the water and now I have to study for school and have and existential crisis
haha water meat
Tsk i just wanted to comment this
Hey I am also an armyyyyyyyyyyy... Nice to meet you...
만나서 반갑습니다! 나도 아미입니다. 방탄소년단를 너무 너무 너무 많이 사랑해요!!! (⟭⟬)
이런 물고기가 있어요???
Is it as weird to say this in Korean as it is in English? Like, "walking" has the implication that the "walker" has legs; is it the same in Korean?
This is a Korean movie where the main character is a part-time clinical trial worker for a new drug, and he turns into a half-fish.
Thanks for the movie recommendation