Communion in linguistics considered to be a special form of the verb that calls the sign object action. This form has absorbed some features of the verb (the return), and some adjective (specific suffixes "in", "VSH", "W"). Responsible for this part of speech from two questions: "what?" and "who made?". The first question is inherent in the name of the adjective, and the second came from a question that is answered by the verb "what?"
This part of speech is divided into two types: active and passive. An adjective denotes a feature of an object, which at the moment of speech is influenced by the actions of a person or other object. For example, in the phrase "a Car driven by the driver," the word "controlled" would be the passive participle.
Words related to this subtype of participles, are formed from transition verbs imperfect. Last you need to put in now, to allocate the basis, if necessary be truncated and then add to the fact that it happened, suffix. In that case, if you used a verb I conjugation, you need to add the suffix "eat" or "om", for example "grown", "slave". If before you the II verb of conjugation – add suffix "im", such as "persecuted", "stored". Some of verbs it is impossible to form passive participles, such as stitching, to beat, to write, etc.
Data is the past participle are formed using basis of the transitional verb past tense and suffixes "n" and "NN" (if the verb ends in "ing", "et", "Yat"), for example "lost", "read"; suffixes "EN" and "Ann" (if the verb ends in a consonant sound) e.g. "dyed", "weighted"; suffix "t" (if the verb ends in "eret", "nut", "ot" and is monosyllabic), for example, "grated", "crumpled". Part of the verbs that end in "St", "s" to form the past participle with the help of the foundations of present or future time.
Have passive participles there are two forms of existence: short and full. If the sacrament is in the first form - it cannot change for this case and almost always is a nominal part of compound predicate.