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English is spoken in Uk and USA.
2/mobile phones are made in Finland.
Are /spoken and made/adjectives ending in "ing"?
If not what will they be?
Both the present and past participles can function as adjectives:
An interesting film
A broken glass
However, in both of your examples, they are verbs and not adjectives, as Billmcd pointed out.
Forgive me for having a Twilight Zone moment here.
I seem to be the only one wondering what diplomacy means by
'Are /spoken and made/adjectives ending in "ing"?'
They clearly don't end in ing.
Sorry,I meant the adjectives end in/past verb.
Ex: he is very bored.
So my question related to this rule.
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
Please be aware that I'm neither a native English speaker nor a teacher.