What Are Participle Adjectives?
Participle adjectives are adjectives that are formed using a main verb.
Types of Participle Adjectives
- Verb + '-ed' (past participle)
- Verb + '-ing' (present participle)
Here are a few examples:
The book is
The present participle is formed by adding -ing to the main verb. Here are a few examples:
The play was
Past participles are formed by adding an '-ed' to the main verbs. Look at some examples:
Participles can be used to show the cause and effect of feelings between people or things. They are categorized into two groups:
- Past participle
- Present participle