Student or Learner
I think work also can be the answer, but the answer is only working, it seems stupid.
A: I heard that Nancy is behind schedule.
B:Yes, I found her __________ overtime last night.
a)work b)to working c)working d)worked
"I found her working." means "When I found her, she was working."
"He died poor." means "When he died, he was poor."
"(W)orking" and "poor", are they both qualifiers, adjectives?
No, "working is a verb in present participle form. "(P)oor" is an adjective.
I found her working.
She saw me sleeping.
They saw him running.
These all show what the person being observed was in the process of doing when they were being observed.