No, it's not possible to do that in all cases.My question is specifically about adjectival present/past participles. I wonder whether all VERBS can be used to make adjectival present/ past participles. Say for examples...
1) A working man/ an eating dog/ a drinking cow/ a sitting cat/ a questioning student/ a scolding mum/ a playing kid/ a loading computer/ an operating machine/ a shouting man/ etc.
2) an upgraded computer/ an eaten cake/ blown hair/ a buried treasure/ a mocked person/ a teased friend/ a slapped woman/ etc.
I just want to do whether it is grammatical to "create" adjectival present/ past participles freely (as they come to our mind) to use in English.
Student or Learner