1) My friends are shopping for clothes this morning. a) participle as adjective b) participle as verb c) gerund 2) They enjoy clothes shopping. a) participle as adjective b) participle as verb c) gerund 3) Actually, I think they are clothes shopping addicts. a) participle as adjective b) participle as verb c) gerund 4) Driving down the road, he had to stop because of a fallen tree. a) participle as adjective b) participle as verb c) gerund 5) He was driving down the road when he had to stop because of a fallen tree. a) participle as adjective b) participle as verb c) gerund 6) He liked driving down the road until he had to stop because of a fallen tree. a) participle as adjective b) participle as verb c) gerund 7) I see a flying bird up there. a) participle as adjective b) participle as verb c) gerund 8) A bird is flying up there. a) participle as adjective b) participle as verb c) gerund 9) Flying is what birds do. a) participle as adjective b) participle as verb c) gerund 10) My old sleeping cat doesn't want to be disturbed. a) participle as adjective b) participle as verb c) gerund 11) My old cat is sleeping and doesn't want to be disturbed. a) participle as adjective b) participle as verb c) gerund 12) Sleeping undisturbed is what my old cat wants. a) participle as adjective b) participle as verb c) gerund 13) I hope they rescue the people from that burning building. a) participle as adjective b) participle as verb c) gerund 14) That building is burning, and I hope they can rescue the people inside. a) participle as adjective b) participle as verb c) gerund 15) Pyromaniacs enjoy burning down buildings. a) participle as adjective b) participle as verb c) gerund

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