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Participle

A participle works as a verb and as an adjective both. It is used as an adjective in a sentence. There are three kinds of participle:-

(a) Present Participle: It is made by adding ‘ing’ to the first form of the verb.
i.e., Swimming in the river, he was drowned.
Barking dogs seldom bite.

(b) Past Participle: Third form of the verb is called past participle.
i.e., Did you throw away the faded flower?
A broken pen is of no use.

(c) Perfect Participle: In this,’ having’ is used before third form of the verb.
i.e., Having taught him, I returned home.
Having tired, he took rest.

Use the correct prticiple.

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