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A form of a verb that can act as an adjective.
ends in -ing
The boiling water on the stove is hot.
ends in -ed
The lost coin was never found.
Formed by adding "having or having been" to the past participle.
Having finished his work, Harry was ready to play.
a participle intended to modify a noun that is not actually present in the text.
A participial phrase that seems to modify the wrong word or more than one word in a sentence
Being a lover of art, museum visits aren't boring to me.
I found my pencil walking along the sidewalk.
When in third grade, my mom went to college.
Packed in brown paper bags, the children found their lunches.