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Participle

PARTICIPLES

P ARTICIPLES General: When we take a verb and make an adjective out of it, we have constructed a verbal adjective or participle: The shouting woman departed.

THE PARTICIPIAL PHRASE

THE PARTICIPIAL PHRASE The participial phrase is always used as an adjective phrase to modify a noun or pronoun. It includes the participle together with its modifiers, objects, or predicate words.

Participle Flow Chart Explanation

A System for Identifying Participle Use Rodney J. Decker, Th. D. 2007 Given the wide range of uses of the participle (which can seem a bit intimidating to beginning students—as well as to those whose Greek may be a bit "rusty") , it would be helpful to have some system for evaluating each ...

Verbals. Gerunds, Participles, and lnfinitives

Punctuation and Particinle Phrases A participle phrase is set offwith commas when it comes at the beginning of the sentence, intcrrupts the sentence with nonessential informatiorL or comes at the end of the sentence separiiled lrom the word it modifies.

Chart of Participles

The Participle Absolute Genitive Absolute (pp. 654-655) The construction is unconnected with the rest of the sentence (i.e. logical subject of the genitive participle is different than the subject of the finite verb).

USING PARTICIPLES

Troy University Writing Center USING PARTICIPLES A participle is a verb form that functions as an adjective. Used in a phrase, it may take objects, complements, and modifiers.

The Classification of Participles: A Statistical Study

A P ( Article + Participle) By far the most frequently used 3 pattern of attributive participles is the article and the participle standing alone without a noun expressed, the "substantive use" of the participle.

Name Participles and Participial Phrases

Participles and Participial Phrases A participle is a verb that functions as an adjective. Both the present and past participle forms of the verb can be used as adjectives.

Noun Clauses as Objects of Participles

The noun clause here, "why she quit,"functions as an object of the participle "knowing."The subject-verb combination of the noun clause is "she quit," and its subordinator is "why."The participle in this sentence shows a characteristic of its origin as a verb: ...

Irregular Past Participle Verbs Directions: Choose the past ...

Name: _____ Irregular Past Participle Verbs Directions: Choose the past participle of the verb for each sentence and write it on the line.