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1. Push the gate shut.
2. Pull the gate open.
3. He slammed the door open/closed.

(Are they all grammatical? What is the part of speech of 'shut,' 'open' or 'closed'? Are they adjectives or verbs? )

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    All are correct.

    Shut, open, closed are adjectives in these sentences.

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