At my client’s request, we’re gonna work on verbs in English. Of course, I picked out all the really common irregular verbs, and although I know what past participles are, I wanted some help watering it down as to not cause any confusion, and I ended up confusing myself.
One website discussed using past participles as adjectives, and yes you can say The boy taken to hospital has recovered, and also more directly like The stolen artifact. But they forgot to mention that it does not go well with strictly intransitive verbs (some work, but it’s weird).
Anyway I was gonna tell my client this until I came to the word sat, and tried to make adjective: The sat chair? The sat-in chair? The satted chair? The laughed joke? *hyperventilates* But I figured it out. I still got it!