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I really need to get a WORKING charger for my phone.

Participle or verb?

I think it's a verb, but I'm really not sure.

  • English -

    No.

    It's a participle, used as an adjective to modify "charger."

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    Thanks, they're all right!

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    You're welcome. :-)

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