What are words ending with 'ing' that describe peace?
sharing and caring
The verb forms that also function as adjectives are the present participle (the -ing words) and the past participle of the verb. Some examples that can describe a cat are: • sleeping • purring • curled • jumping • contented • playing • stalking • striped Some examples of 'adjectives" that describe the noun cat are playful, watchful ,and of course intelligent.
The verb forms ending in -ing (called the present participle) also function as adjectives and gerunds (verbal nouns). Examples of present participles that describe a flower are: blooming growing beautifying brightening expanding dancing (in the wind-good for poetry) waving calming budding burgeoning unfolding wilting
Verbs do not describe nouns, like snowflakes. They are action words. The snowflakes were falling quickly. Adjectives describe nouns, like snowflakes. The puffy, white snowflakes quickly covered the ground. Verbs that end in -ing are called present participles. Present participles can be used as adjectives, but when they are in this form, they are not called verbs. Examples: the falling snowflakes, glistening snowflakes