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Which word in this sentence is a participle? Why do you need a new pair of running shoes? A. new B. running C. need D. do
"Why do you need a new pair of running shoes " The participle in the above sentence is "running."
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"Why do you need a new pair of running shoes "
The participle in the above sentence is "running."
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