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Lesson 8 - Leisure Time
What is it

The Present Participle is a verb form that is showing an action by describing the person or object. Behaving just as an adjective.

For example: den gøende hund (the barking dog). At gø (to bark) is now functioning as an adjective describing the dog's action.

The Rules

[infinitive verb] +(e)nde

Examples
den gøende hund løb rundtthe barking dog was running around
det syngende kor var gladethe singing choir were happy
de dansende piger lothe dancing girls laughed
de ventende mennesker kedede sigthe waiting people were bored