english participle

A participle is one of the three kinds of verbals (cf. finite verb). Participles are often identified by their ending -ing;  running, hitting, studying, etc.  Participles are called “verbal adjectives” since they look like verbs but function like adjectives. In English, there are both present and past participles.

See also Greek participle, Hebrew participle.

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