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I think it's B.
What do you think @is3535
i think b to
I do not think so
You know what a participle is right?
like a person that did something like, run in a race or a person that is in a spelling bee? @gabbyalicorn
Yes. Run, running, ran, are participles
I belive the answer is D
Cook, cooking, cooked Boil, boiled, boiling
I believe the answer is A
I THINK IT D TO GABBY
Examine, examining, examined are all participles
A OR D
Read it and you will know. They show you examples and it will help you understand what a participle is
what about B lol?
No, because it's not a verb that can be used as an adjective
B OR D
@is3535 The answer is A, trust me
It's D then, sorry didn't read it correctly..
I'd go with @Envy_Seven though. I don't know English well.
OK ILL GO WITH A
I trust IF I FAILED IM DEAD OK
Okay... Is your Caps Lock stuck? lol
Look. If you read the website I linked, it will explain it all :)
Including participle phrases
can you help me with me
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Which word in the sentence is the participle? In 1790, Thomas Saint, an Englishman, invented one of the first sewing machines. A. Englishman B. machines C. invented D. sewing
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Repost the question and I'll help. It can get confusing when there are multiple questions in one thread :)