18 Jun 2017

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The bright luster of the northern lights danced across the windows, waking a small girl. She sat up and grinned to see the wonderful green light.

なぜ、最初の動詞は、danced で、次の動詞は、waking なのですか?
waked では、ないのですか?
この2つの動詞の主語は、the bright luster ですか?

I have a question about two verbs "danced" and "waking" in this sentence.
Why is "danced" the past?
Why is "waking" -ing form?
Aren't they same form?
Is their subject "the bright luster?"
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