Joining of sentences using perfect participle

Joining of sentences using perfect participle in a easy way

USING PERFECT PARTICIPLE

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Joining of sentences is done with the help of Perfect Participle if we notice that the subject has completed one task and completed another task. The subject of the sentence may be the same or different.

If there is an action verb in the sentence, you have to start the joining of sentences with “Having”.

If there is an adjective after “be-verb” in the sentence, you have to start the joining of sentences with “Being”.

If there is past participle of verb after “be-verb”, you have to start the joining of sentences with “Having been”

Three different examples of joining of sentences have been given and explained in detail.

First example of the joining of sentences:

# She finished her home task. She went to bed.

Having finished her home task, she went to bed.

The explanation of the joining of sentences

The subject of these two sentences is the same. At first home task has been completed then going to bed. And there is the action verb in the sentence. So the joining has been started with “Having been” and given a comma at the end of the first sentence. After that the second sentence has been written

Second example of the joining of sentences:

# The poet was charmed by cuckoo’s song. The poet wrote a poem.

Having been charmed by the cuckoo’s song, the poet wrote a poem.

The explanation of the joining of sentences

The first task is to be fascinated then the next task is to write. There is a past participle of the verb after “be verb”. So the joining of the sentences has been started with “Having been” and given a comma at the end of the sentence. Next the second sentence has been written.

Second example of the joining of sentences:

# The old man was tired. He sat under a tree.

Being tired, the old man sat under a tree.

The explanation of the joining of sentences

The first act of this sentence is to get tired then sit under the tree. And in the first sentence, there is an adjective after “Be Verb”. So the joining of the sentences has been started with “Being” and given a comma at the end of the sentence. Next the second sentence has been written. And the subject of the sentence is the same.

More Examples joining of sentences:

# She was sad. She left the place.

Being sad, she left the place.

# The student was punished by the teacher. The student left the school.

Having been punished by the teacher, the student left the school.

# Gopal bought a grammar book. He went to school.

=> Having bought a grammar book, Gopal went to school.

#The chief guest was impressed by the performance. He gave a reward to him.

=> Having been impressed by the performance, the chief guest gave a reward to him.

Click here to read about Joining of sentences using Present Participle

To read transformation of sentences [ Imperative to Assertive ], click here.

To read transformation of sentences [Assertive and Interrogative], click here.

To read transformation of sentences [ Affirmative to Negative], click here.

To read transformation of sentences [Assertive to Exclamatory]

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