When should I use し, するの and すること as nouns? Not just the verb "する", but any verb e.g. ”見”, "見るの" and "見ること"/ "書き", "書くの" and "書くこと".
Actually I am more or less clear about the usage of するの and すること, but I am confused about how to use し. Intuitively I feel like し is usually used before “に” (e.g. 映画を見に行く), as noun adjuncts (e.g. 引け目、抜け目、女性向けの枕) as material nouns (e.g. お握り、煙(けむり)), but I cannot think of or find an accurate description of the usage of し. A lot of people have asked about the differences between するの and すること, but questions concerning the し form are scarce. Therefore, since し, するの, すること can all be considered as the noun form of a verb, I hope a global picture of the usage of the three can be explained.