TREMBLING as verb, adjective...
EX: He has a gun "that itīs" trembling in his hands.
1.- Can I say the sentence above this way, omitting
the relative part "that itīs"?
-----He has a gun trembling (verb) in his hands.
2.- And If I say: He has a trembling (adjective) gun in his hands.
Would both sentences mean the same?
Thank you indeed!
Re: TREMBLING as verb, adjective...
They would, but I would use 'shaking' their and 'trembling' for his hands as trembline has an association with fear than the person would have rather than the gun.
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