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Sophia says: Understand participles

Participles are verbal adjectives: they have verb stems combined with adjectival endings. Their tenses denote stages of action rather than absolute time: the present participle denotes action going on at the same time as the main verb; the aorist participle usually denotes action which has happened before the action of the main verb. 97 more words

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At Participle, we strongly believe that a 21st century welfare system must work relationally. (In fact we believe it so strongly, that’s what we’ve… 681 more words

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