One of our followers asked the question above on Twitter. Do you have a similar question? Do you get confused as to when you should use present or past participle adjective? 361 more words
1 month, 1 week ago
Lauren See Writes
Apparently, I like the participle phrase. And also adverbs, but that’s for another post.
It has come to my attention that I use participle phrases way too much. 436 more words
3 months, 1 week ago
Estel' s English blog
Some months ago I published a post about adjectives that come from participles and gerunds. It is time to practice what we learnt there a little bit. 347 more words
K IS SILENT
Decisively you stood up for me. The sun was nowhere to be seen, bright was the sky had been vacated, so clear you could see the stars embedded in blue. 214 more words
4 months, 1 week ago
A Running, Cited List of Grammar Grumbles
Saw this t-shirt and figured it was worth including: a nice example of not only English principal parts but also a verb whose participle is often misused.
6 months ago
Nice use of swum here from an XTerra (Wetsuits) ad. Don’t see swum too often; and, of course, often replaced with swam (when it shouldn’t be): I swam yesterday; I have swum for the last few days. Nicely done, XTerra.
6 months, 3 weeks ago
I have always found that students tend to get confussed by the difference between adjectives that end in -ed and those that end in -ing. 318 more words
7 months, 2 weeks ago