Participle adjectives: We all know that adjectives tell us more about the noun. They are preceded by the noun.
Participles have two forms: The present participle and the past participle. Verbs that end with 'ing' are present participles.
Barking, jumping. The third form of the verbs are Past participles.
For example : burnt, swollen, hidden.
When the present participles and past participles are placed before a noun to describe the noun, they are called participle adjectives.
The barking dog chased the thief. 'Barking' here is an adjective. My swollen feet is paining a lot. 'Swollen' is an adjective.
They are called participle because they are partly a verb and partly an adjective.
My mother gave some food to the crying baby.
You should control your wavering mind.
The burnt clothes were thrown away by Rani.
I know the hidden secret.