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"ed" Words & "Ing" Words - Past participle & Present Participle

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Hi can someone guide me when in particular past participle (Ed word) is used as a verb and when it is not, I have the understanding of Present Participle but I am struggling with past participle.
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Sure mtk10. Our book EducationAisle Sentence Correction Nirvana discusses a framework for differentiating Simple Past Tense Verb Vs Past Participles in significant detail.

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