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Humberto Garza de la Garza A00799699 Participles as Adjectives For each of the following sentences, fill in the blank with either the present participle or the past participle of the verb shown in brackets. Use a present participle to refer to something being done by the thing being described; and use a past participle to refer to something which has been done to the thing being described. For example: The evidence is __________. (to convince) The evidence is convincing. The ______ treasure was discovered accidentally. (to hide) The hidden treasure was discovered accidentally. 1. Yesterday she heard ___surprising___ news. (to surprise) 2. The ___rented___ tools must be returned by five o'clock. (to rent) 3. The ____frightened _____ rabbit stayed perfectly still. (to frighten) 4. We had a ____frightening
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Unformatted text preview: ____ experience. (to frighten) 5. The play is ____entertaining ____. (to entertain) 6. The ___completed ____ picture hung on the wall. (to complete) 7. That is an ___interesting ___ story. (to interest) 8. The king sat on a ____raised ____ chair. (to raise) 9. The situation is ____alarming ____. (to alarm) 10. An ___inverted ____ bowl covered the cake. (to invert) 11. The ___soothing ___ lullaby sent the infant to sleep. (to soothe) 12. A ___covered ___ walkway joined the two buildings. (to cover) 13. They laid the ____folded ___ clothes on the bed. (to fold) 14. ____Enticing _____ smells floated out of the kitchen. (to entice) 15. He stacked the __chopped_ wood near the fireplace. (to chop) Source: http://www.fortunecity.com/bally/durrus/153/gramex21.html#16...
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