13.6.2 exercise 2: Übersetzung mit einem Relativsatz oder mit einem gerundio?

If the present participle is used as an adverb it can be translated with a gerundio, but if it is used as an adjective it can't be translated with a gerundio. In the case that it is used as an adjective the translation to Italian is to be done with a relative clause. Translate these sentences to Italian.

  exercise2: Translate these sentences
Laughing he left the room.
  The laughing children made him happy.
  Crying she told him the whole story.
  Craying all of them left the room.
  He didn' t trust the crying crowd.





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