Adjectives Derived from Past Participle Forms.

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Most Indo-European languages have a past participle of the verbs that can be used as an adjective.

For example.

“To break” is the infinitive form of the verb.

“Broken” is the past participle of the verb.

“Broken” is an adjective that is derived from the past participle of the verb “to break”.

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