All other verbs can be transformed into participles and gerunds.
Co-ordinate conjunctions are also used to connect infinitives and participles.
We have studied and used two forms of participles, the present and the past participle.
Infinitives, like participles, may be used either as nouns or adjectives.
We have found that the various forms of the participles may be used as other parts of speech.
We have found that these participles may be used either as nouns or as adjectives.
These two simple forms of participles are often used as adjectives.
But participles are used not only as nouns; they may also be used as adjectives.
The present participles imagining, learning and suffering are used as nouns.
This often occurs with dis-syllabic adjectives and participles.