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Sunday, 1 June 2008

PARTICIPLE



A verbal used as a noun when used alone or as an adjective when used as a modifier. The present participle ends in –ing; the past participle ends in –d, –ed, –n, –en, or –t, or changes the vowel. Though a participle cannot make an assertion, it can take an object and can be modified by an adverb.

Representing the City of Makati and the National Capital Region in the Republic of the Philippines–Thailand Students Exchange Program, Sabello B Bibit V, The Makati Science Vision news editor, and Hazel Ribbons L Basuel, Makati Science High School Science and Technology Club president, visited Thailand, Nov. 10-16.

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