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    farghadan Guest

    much appreciation in advance

    Dear Teacher

    While wishing your success , I would like to know if I can use all past participles as adjectives .
    I mean can I use the past participle of a very (both regular and irregular verbs) as adjective before a none .

    Please guide me what is the differences between the two undermentioned phrases :

    1- I met two release prisoners yesterday .
    2- I met two prisoners released yesterday .

    Please tell me in the two above sentences which one of RELEASES can be adjective .

    Thanks so much for your kind assist.

    Yours
    Ali Farghadan

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    Re: much appreciation in advance

    I did this one already yesterday, Ali. Check your previous posting .

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