Konnte jemand mir erklären was Participle Constructions in Place of Relative Clauses bedeutet?

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Wenn du mit Beispielen anfängst und das Thema anhand der Beispiel erklärst ist das doch schon mal nicht schlecht, oder?

http://www.schule-bw.de/unterricht/faecher/englisch/mat-med/grammatik/partconstr/participle.htm

Hier hast du sogar englische Erklärungen. Du musst nur etwas nach unten scrolen:

http://www.grammaring.com/participle-clauses :

 

Participle clauses replacing a relative clause

A present participle clause can replace an active voice finite relative clause. The noun before the participle is the doer of the action:

The man driving the car was not injured. (The man who was driving the car was not injured.)

Present participle clauses are possible even with verbs which are not normally used in the continuous form (state verbs):

If you think you have received an e-mail containing a virus, you should delete it immediately. (If you think you have received an e-mail which contains a virus, delete it immediately.)

A past participle clause can replace a passive voice finite relative clause. The noun before the participle is its object:

This is the last photograph taken of my grandmother. (This is the last photograph that was taken of my grandmother.)


 

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