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Past Participles / Perfect Participles.

The Past Participles (Perfect Participles) ends in -ed, -t, -en, and -n.

1. The past participles of transitive verbs are used just as adjectives.

He has no hidden faults.
He looks frightened.
It was well-built house.

2. Generally the past participles of intransitive verbs are not used as adjectives before nouns. But there are exceptions, as shown in the following sentences:

He is a known killer.
They were trained dogs.
Mr. Bruce is a retired postmaster. …

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