VERBAL – ADJECTIVE

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VERBAL – ADJECTIVE: ( V+ ING = present participle: is used to modify noun, this noun does the action.) Ex(1): People who are walking in poorly area at night should be careful. People walking in poorly area at night should be careful. Ex(2): A child who cries loudly is easily comforted by a few sweet words. (Present simple) A crying child loudly is easily comforted by a few sweet words. (Not: a cried child…) VERBAL – ADJECTIVE: (V+ ED = past participle: is used to modify noun, this noun receive the action.) Ex(1): The old movies which were shown last night are better than movies that were produced in the last five years. Ex(2): The old movies shown last night are better than movies produced in the last five years.

 FORM:
 Verbal + Adjective + word → (stay before noun )  Verbal + Adjective + phrase → (stay after noun )

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