Examples of the verbal noun in English sentences:
Some claim that true nouns sharing the stem of their respective verbs are also verbal nouns (such as survival from survive). However, in English grammar it is a little accepted view, on the grounds that it would make nearly all nouns verbal nouns; but in some other languages, such as Arabic, that view is the only possible one, as there is no gerund or infinitive form of a verb (the Arabic masdar is a verbal noun: naql, for example, can be translated as "transporting" or "to transport", but its literal meaning is "transportation".)
In other languages:
Two-Word Combinations as English and Lithuanian Terms of Building and Civil engineering/ Statybos Ir Civilines Statybos Terminus Reiskiantys Dvizodziai Junginiai Anglu Ir Lietuviu Kalbose
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