Julie and Sam are relaxing in the hot tub. (relaxing = verb) Mitchell enjoyed a relaxing afternoon on his favorite golf course. (relaxing = adjective)
No, the word relaxing is not an adverb.The word relaxing is a verb.
The correct spelling of the word is relaxing.Some example sentences are:I am looking forward to a relaxing countryside break.He is relaxing in the garden.The music was very relaxing.
der Volleyball= volleyball Volleyball spielen= to play volleyball
To relax = Relajarse Relaxing (Past participle) = Relajado (For example, Spanish is relaxing = Español es relajado) Relaxing (Present participle) = Relajando (For example, He is relaxing = Él está relajando)
surfing , swimming , relaxing
They found me relaxing by the pool.
The opposite of relaxing is worring or always moving/going somewhere. The opposite of relaxing would be energizing .
Yes, there is volleyball at the Olympics but it is only beach volleyball.
It was Saturday and I was relaxing on the couch
The main verb is relaxing.
A mini volleyball small and a volleyball is much bigger
No, it is a gerund. Yes it is a verb. It is the present participle of the verb relax -- she is relaxing in her room. Also it is a gerund. -- She likes relaxing.
A volleyball court is a court where you play volleyball.
indoor volleyball and beach volleyball
yes it is because it is really relaxing
well it depends on what kind of volleyball you have. an outdoor volleyball is bigger than an indoor volleyball
After a hard days work I find a nice hot bath most relaxing.
Relaxing is a way to become less anxious and tense. Other words for relaxing is calming, quieting, pacifying and comforting.
Yeah, they have regular volleyball and team volleyball.