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Sentence Correction: Parts of Speech - Noun/Adjective vs. Verb+ing

Is the following sentence TRUE or FALSE?

If the sentence requires a noun, and a real noun exists, the real noun is preferable to verb+ing.

Well done!

The sentence is true. We use verb+ing as a noun replacement only when the need for a replacement arises, that is, when the sentence requires a noun and there's no real noun. If the sentence requires a noun and a real noun is available, why  not use it?

True
False

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