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Which word in the sentence is the participle? Around the year 1500, Leonardo da Vinci, a great inventor and painter, designed plans for a flying machine, but it was never built. A. plans B. machine C. flying D. inventor
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anonymous
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Okay so the Def of participle is a word formed from a verb,
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@is3535 you can't just going @ ing everybody lol.
is3535
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In this case, 'flying' modifies 'machine'. It's not just a machine, it's a flying machine. What is the machine doing? Flying. It's hard to explain. Participles are kind of like verb-adjectives.
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ill say C
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you are correct
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any time
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Thats what i said -_-

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