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Are there cases where verbs are used as adjectives in the original form? Could you explain the rule?

I am wondering that I should make verbs participles or gerund form in the following cases:

- play button or playing button (e.g. in a video player)
- follow events or following events (e.g. in a social media)

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Are there cases where verbs are used as adjectives in the original form? Could you explain the rule?

I am wondering that I should make verbs participles or gerund form in the following cases:

- play button or playing button (e.g. in a video player)
- follow events or following events (e.g. in a social media)
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