Which word in the sentence is the participle? My dog, a restless beagle, barked at the sleeping cat. A. barked B. beagle C. restless D. sleeping

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Which word in the sentence is the participle? My dog, a restless beagle, barked at the sleeping cat. A. barked B. beagle C. restless D. sleeping

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which one do you think?
a participle is a form of verb that modifies the noun. in this case sleeping is the present participle as it modifies the cat so ill say D

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the noun is the dog in the beginning
and the verb that modifies it would be restless
i dont think so ill say d
alright then
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past participle -ed, present participle, -ing. not A or C. well, um. those both are correct, sleeping and barked...
so ill say D
d end with ing so it D
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