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Grammar competence: Participle



redcamarocruiser
United States

Thank you for the link, Lynne.  I agree with you about Written as an adjective. Good call.

1 Aug 2017     



Jayho
Australia

Complex grammar can be so confusing to a NS with my limited schooling in grammar (in my time, nothing taught beyond parts of speech) - we just know what sounds right to the ear
 
I found this link.  Could 1D also be explained as this? 
 
 

1 Aug 2017     



Gi2gi
Georgia

Thanks for the link, Jayho, there are at least two examples there which illustrate a situation similar to 1 D - ´written ´ ´.
 
´ Eaten by mosquitoes, we wished that we had made hotel, not campsite, reservations.´
 
´Glazed with barbecue sauce, the rack of ribs lay nestled next to a pile of sweet coleslaw.
.
 
 
And it has some nice info, also, e.g. about ´dangling participles´, which is a common error, I guess.
 
 

2 Aug 2017     

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