Participle Phrases BY: AMAnda, ANGIE, ELIJAH, AND KATELYN

A participle phrase is used as

an adjective and consists of a

participle and any complements or modifiers

the participle has. A participle is

a verb form that can be

used as an adjective.

Examples of Participle Phrases

Present participles end in -ing

and past participles end in -ed.

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