Past and present participial adjectives

They come from verbs and they are called participial adjectives because they have the same endings as verb participles.  Interest- interested Present and past participles This is a short video explaining the difference between present participle adjectives and past participle adjectives, followed by an opportunity for students

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  1. Here, bored is a verb
  2. A participle phrase will be in the present or past participle
  3. Age: 9-17
  4. Such adjectives are called participial adjectives
  5. Who was watering her plants is a dependent adjective clause
  6. Others are irregularly formed
  7. The student was interested in what the teacher was saying
  8. Listen closely for the verb:
  9. Participles blur the line between verbs and adjectives
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