PARTICIPIAL PHRASES

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PARTICIPIAL PHRASES

PARTICIPIAL PHRASES.

A participle is a verb form that always acts as an adjective.

There are two types of participles: (a) The past participle – it is usually formed by adding –d, or -ed to the present tense.

Examples:

Fooled, the shopkeeper bought fake products. (Fooled is a past participle modifying the noun shopkeeper)