A shouting crowd greeted us.
This sentence has the shouting as the particle is an example of present particle. The word shouting function as the adjective of the noun crowd.PARTICIPLES
-these are words in the sentence derived from verbs that can function as adjectives as parts of verb phrases to create verb tenses.Two main types of ParticiplesPresent ParticiplePast ParticiplePresent Participle
-this particle is created by adding the word -ing to the base form of the verb. Present participles always end in adding the -ing to the verb.
-this participle can function as an adjective and modify nouns in sentences.
-they also appear in progressive (or continuous) verb tenses, which show when a verb or action was/is in the process of happeningPast Participle
-this particle is created by adding the word -ed to the base form of the verb, or other past tense irregular verb endings, and function as adjectives.Past participles created from irregular verbs may have word endings like -en, -t, -d, and -n.
Examples of Past Particles
What is the past participle of wring**Perfect Participle
-this participle is created from word having with the past participle of a word. It demonstrates that an action was completed in the past.
the top twenty produce nearly 30 percent and the top ten accounts for more than a fifth of global economic production. more than 80 percent of u.s. economic output comes from its cities and metros areas, compared to roughly two-thirds in europe.
(sorry pag mali)