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    My raincoat is hanging/hung behind the door.

    --Where's your raincoat?
    --My raincoat is hanging/hung behind the door.

    Are both 'hanging' and 'hung' good for the sentence?

    Thank you in advance.

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    #2

    Re: My raincoat is hanging/hung behind the door.

    Use "hanging."

    Or I hung my raincoat behind the door.

    {not a teacher}

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