Participles are verbal adjectives, so they may have both adjectival and verbal properties.
In english language there are two participles:
– The present participle and
– The past participle
The present participles ends in -ing.
The past participle ends in -ed or -d with regular verbs, but in -en, -n(e), -t or has no suffix with the irregular verbs.
The participles may have tense, and active and passive forms.