English grammar questions, answered by Alan
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Can "seeing" be used as a noun which might be modified by an adjective? Here's the example I am referring to: "Star Trek Into Darkness is well ______ seeing." This example is taken from Cambridge English First Result, and I don't know what parts of speech are correct to use in the gap. I thought of "seeing" in this case as a noun which may be modified by an adjective.