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Participle Phrases

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Marie Hammy

on 19 October 2012

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Participial Phrases By: Brianna Hamilton, Eileen Rui, Christian Brayman, Brandon Punzalon and Tristan Smith Participial Phrase Present Participial Past Participle Cont: Video: Who Am I?
Past or Present When the present participial or the past participial of a verb is used as an adjective The "ing" form of a verb. The "ed" form of a verb Sarah, looking for her pen, was late for class. Present http://goanimate.com/videos/0ZnyrIbC_B4s/1 Ex: Mrs. Pirkey, struggling through writing her poem, won the Caldecott Medal. Ex: The volleyball brushed against the
net fell to the ground. Mrs. Pirkey, struggling through writing her poem, won the Caldecott Medal. The volleyball brushed against the
net fell to the ground. Can depart the sentence and the sentence will still make sense Dinosaurs, impacted by the deadly meteorite, were killed millions of years ago. The t.v show featuring the talented Mrs. Pirkey was a hit. Studying at our very best, the class works very hard to
please the teacher. Comics: Comics: Comics: Present Present Past Special Cases: Sometimes there are irregular verbs so instead of the "ed" form of the verb. For example eat will become eaten. Try it yourself! Keep = ? kept Grow = ? grown Win = ? won
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