mimi2 said:No, there is no context. It is a sentence given to change to another one.
Because I don't understand, I can't change it.
Please have a look at the way I have done and tell it is right or not.
"She discovered eight new comets in the course of her work."
"Her work resulted in discovering eight new comets."
If I don't use "discovering" as the gerund, can I use a noun with the same meaning and how to do that?
And at last what does "in the course' mean?Thanks.