How short is formed Communion

Before we start talking about the brief Communion, let us remember what this part of speech.At school, it is characterized as a special form of the verb, indicating a sign of action.But some linguists have reasonably believed that it is independent of the speech.After all, he characterized some features not available from the verb.

As a verb, participle is perfect and imperfect form, and has the present and past tense.(Note that the next time he does not have).For example: laughing - an imperfect view, present, or laughed - perfect form, the elapsed time.This part of the speech can be replaced by the verb from which it was formed.For example: guest - a guest who was invited .

But as an adjective full communion is changed by numbers and birth: read - read - read - read .(For comparison, the adjective: fun - fun - fun - funny ).And just as an adjective, it has full and short forms.

Features Education brief Communion

One form of passive participle, indicating a feature of an object experie

ncing any action from the outside, - brief: open - short the passive (compare: outdoor - complete the passive).In a bid to complete the form is usually the definition and the short form of this part of the speech - always predicate, such as: I saw her wrapped in a shawl shoulders.- The shoulders wrapped in a shawl ( shrouded - definition and shrouded - predicate).

Short Communion often formed using the suffix -n - and -m- .For example: removed, dopit .In contrast to the long-form, short-H has one : felled nn s - felled n s, paving nn s - paved n s.By the way, remember the common speech errors in the use of a suffix in the formation of the short form instead of another.The house remove tons of - instead of normative: removed .

Short Communion varies in numbers: set up - set up, run - run etc.In the singular, it changes and childbirth: simplified - simplified - simplified;grown - grown - grown.

order not to confuse the short form of adjectives and participles, it is necessary to clearly distinguish between, on what part of speech the word is formed.Quick participle - a verb, an adjective and a summary - of the full form of the adjective, eg: cast - cast - cast;Good - good.

How to distinguish an adjective, and a brief summary of the sacrament.Examples

Let's try an example to learn to distinguish verbal adjectives and participles in summary form .He was uneducated .How to determine what part of speech is in front of us?Let's talk.If we have the sacrament, we can always put him question the instrumental case. He was uneducated (who?) - so you can not ask, because it defeats the purpose of what was said.In this context, uneducated - short adjective, as it can be replaced even synonymous: illiterate .

The proposal " These sculptures formed by nature itself" would be formed on the - short sacrament.Because of it is easy to put the question: whom? or what?, without changing the meaning of what was said.The proposal responds to a word nature.