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Underline the participle in each of the sentences that follow. we remind him of his forgotten promise.

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  • Réponse publiée par: cleik

    Subject English

    We remind him of his forgotten promise.

    This sentence has the word forgotten as the particle is an example of past particle. The word forgotten function as the modifier or the adjective of the noun promise.

    PARTICIPLES

    -these are words in the sentence derived from verbs that can function as adjectives as parts of verb phrases to create verb tenses.

    Two main types of ParticiplesPresent ParticiplePast ParticiplePresent Participle

    -this particle is created by adding the word -ing to the base form of the verb. Present participles always end in adding the -ing to the verb.

    -this participle can function as an adjective and modify nouns in sentences.

    -they also appear in progressive (or continuous) verb tenses, which show when a verb or action was/is in the process of happening

    Past Participle

    -this particle is created by adding the word -ed to the base form of the verb, or other past tense irregular verb endings, and function as adjectives.Past participles created from irregular verbs may have word endings like -en, -t, -d, and -n.

    Examples of Past Particles

    What is the past participle of wring

    **Perfect Participle

    -this participle is created from word having with the past participle of a word. It demonstrates that an action was completed in the past.

    Code 9.2.3.6.

  • Réponse publiée par: jemuelpogi

    having good manners gives you the right to be respected by other people. not only them, but also you yourself. however, having good manners isn't really synonymous to being right. sometimes, good manners applies to a certain rule to a variety of people. for example, making a circle with your thumb and pointer finger while the other fingers sticking out might mean 'ok' in the us. however, in the middle east, that would mean that you're telling someone rudely to go away. in japan, it means money. therefore, good manners is just a way of saying that people are following the rules that are set. people have different ways of understanding something. something might be 'good' for someone but it might be 'rude' to others. the world isn't just black & white. when someone does something, there was probably a reason behind it. life isn't always fair so you can't say that what someone did was shameful when you don't know the whole story.

  • Réponse publiée par: snow01

    i think it ismetaphor or personification

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