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    situated / situating

    It was a large house, (situating / situated) near the river.

    Which one is the correct one?
    Could you tell me the reason for your choice?

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    Re: situated / situating

    Quote Originally Posted by panicmonger View Post
    It was a large house, situating / situated near the river.


    Could you tell me the reason for your choice?

    = It was a large house (which was) situated near rhe river. passive
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