Past Participles as Non-finite Verbs:
Past participle form of the verb cannot work as a finite verb without an auxiliary verb. When a past participle comes without an auxiliary verb, it generally works as an adjective in the sentence.
Examples of Past Participles as Adjectives:
- Albert always wears a broken hair-band.
- I have a colored calendar on my desk.
- We ate a lot of roasted meat.
- I do not drink boiled water because of its weird taste.
- Robert is the most wanted player on the team.
- The frightened boy jumped over the wall.
- I am not amused by your funny behaviors.
- I have completed the given task.
- Can you show me a drunk monk?
- I have a written document of this case.
- Give me those folded pages.
- Alan is a spoilt son of his parents.
- The confused girl decided to take a helpline.
- The crowned prince is promising.
- He found some buried treasures in the castle.