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Find predicate adjective & participle in sentence

A participle is a verb used as an adjective.

10. While others tried new approaches, she remained faithful to the traditional methods.
ANS: Part = remained (described how faithful)

11. Pavlova achieved great success in several celebrated tours
Ans: Part = celebrated ( describes tours)

12. Her controlled yet artful movements won her many fans
Ans. Part = controlled

14. A few of Pavlova's breathtaking performances are still available.
And: PA = available ( describes performances after a linking verb)
Part = breathtaking ( verb describes performances)

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  1. 10. No, "remained" is the main verb.

    11. Yes

    12. Yes

    14. Yes

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