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BE CAREFUL OF PRESENT PARTICIPLES. - Skill 4 -. Present participle . Present Participle is the - ing form of the verb . Talking Playing Fixing Looking Standing. Present participle .

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present participle
Present participle

Present Participle is the -ingform of the verb.

  • Talking
  • Playing
  • Fixing
  • Looking
  • Standing
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Present participle

The Present Participle can cause confusion because it can be either a part of the verb or an adjective.

using it as a part of the verb
Using it as a part of the verb

It is part of a verb when it is preceded by some form of the verb be.

Example:

The man is talking to his friends.

VERB

using it as an adjective
Using it as an adjective

A present participle is an adjective when it is not accompanied by some form of the verb be.

Example:

The man talking to his friend has a beard.

ADJECTIVE

VERB

example
Example

The child ______ playing in the yard is my son.

  • now
  • is
  • he
  • was

now