posted by Yoda on .
1. "Outstanding" is a compound word. Think about what its two parts, "out" and "standing" mean. What does "outstanding" most likely mean?
c. standing outside
To answer questions 2 and 3 identfiy whether the capitalized word in the sentences below are used as participles or verbs.
2. I really need to get a WORKING carger for my phone.
3. She's an EXPERIENCED chef; she should have no trouble finding work.
Can you check my answers.
All three answers are incorrect.
what are the right ones
You can look up the meanings of words here.
Participles are verb forms being used as adjectives:
Read carefully and study this.
Verbs (the ones with subjects!) are needed to form complete sentences:
Let us know what you decide.
Actually, Yoda's answer for question number 3 is correct; Writeacher was wrong about that.
The correct answers are:
Hope I helped. :)