I said:It's sad, isn't it? All these older guys partying way past their
I don't understand the word partying in this sentence
Is it comes from "are partying" or "who are partying"?
If it the present continuous, why doesn't "are" or "who are" is written before it?
TDOL said:We can omit the 'who are'. Sometimes, we use the present or past participle as an adjective and omit the relative pronoun:
John, interested in stamps,...
Here, we can skip the 'whois'.
So the sentence "It's sad, isn't it? All these older guys partying way past their prime." omits who are not are in your opinion. right???