What does "A Looming Conspiracy"means?. And what about "looming"?.Is it noun or adjective or verb or...?
Last edited by georgemartin22; 24-Sep-2010 at 21:19.
Many present participles can be used as adjectives- boring/interesting, etc. There are two suffixes -ing- the gerund and the present participle. The latter is used after the verb be to make progressive forms- I was coming to school, etc. This form can often be turned into an adjective.
BTW I don't see any reason to suppose that looming is derived from the noun loom.