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    Present/past participle + noun clauses

    I need some explanations about using present/past participle and noun clauses
    please also guide me do some of the questions below(maybe do one/two as an example?)
    thanks

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    Re: Present/past participle + noun clauses

    They're looking for things like 'After switching off the lights, we lock the door.'

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    Re: Present/past participle + noun clauses

    That doesn't help much

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