a. A sleeping baby is moving now.
b. A baby sleeping is moving now.
a. An ideal room temperature for a sleeping baby is warmer than an adult, around 68F (20C).
b. The snuffling of a baby sleeping is perhaps one of the best sounds in the world.
What is the difference between a.(a sleeping baby) and b.(a baby sleeping)
(I'm interested to know what they're supposed to mean though - perhaps 'Babies move even when they're asleep''a. A sleeping baby is moving now.
b. A baby sleeping is moving now. [COLOR="Red"]Neither of these is natural English.[/COLOR
bhaisahab:I'd use "sleeping baby" in those examples.
Thank you for your reply.
Then, is "a baby sleeping" not used in other cases?
(except as a present particle function as a complement)
If used please tell me what is the difference between "a sleeping baby" and "a baby