6年前rhody在Yahoo知識網P文 V-ing和PP作為形容詞用,完整的文法觀念,看這裡(4) 作形容詞時,可否請再完整敘述一次,因找不到(4).謝謝?
- TOMING88Lv 71 個月前
participle, noun(grammar) is a verbal adjective qualifying noun but retaining some properties of a verb
eg:-Hurrying and hurried are the present and past participles of "HURRY"
participial is the adjective of a participle=a participial adjective, eg:-racing in a racing car/manner.
Ving=eg:-Driver found himself hurrying home but not dying out in Level 1=predicate complement, verbal as present participle
also eg:-Driver found himself hurrying home in a racing manner=adjective racing in a racing manner/car.
Having hurried in TW roads, the driver died and had died out of Level 1.=adv, predicate,past participle"=hurried"eg:-die vi pt,pp is died, pres part is dying:-eg:- He died by a violence crash in TW and his secret died with him after a cinematic died-hard struggle below.
eg:-The TW driver hurried home= past participle of "hurry", not present participle of "hurry"
- LouisLv 71 個月前
I found him standing at the door.（受詞補語）
I looked at the dancing couple.（名詞的修飾語）
Taipei is a noisy city with roads filled with traffic.(名詞的修飾語）
但 Having failed twice, he didn't want to try again.
Boring teachers make students bored.