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You don't seem very confused. The so-called past participle is actually a passive participle for transitive verbs (hence its agreement with the direct object) and an adjectival form not taking any clitic complements (me, te, se, ..., le, la, les, lui, leur, y, en) or negation (ne). The present participle is a verbal form: it does not agree with anything in ...
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