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    feel involved/involving

    This question is about the participial adjective.

    Weekly meetings with Directors and CEO really make me feel (involved/involving) in this corporation.

    Which one is correct? (involved or involving)

    Sometimes I'm quite confused about the past and the present participial adjectives because the differences are not clear with some active-passive-mixed verbs.

    Thank you.

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    Re: feel involved/involving

    feel involved

    (to be involved in sg)
    to be involving in sg

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