There are two sentences.
The lateral fourth tarsalbone is constantly present and ,being much deeper than the others, intrudes into the middle tier.
- First of all, is '' being '' gerund or present participle in this sentence ?
- Can we think '' being much deeper than others '' as '' which are being much deeper than others '' Which refers to '' The lateral fourth tarsalbone ''
The palpebral skin is thin and , being loosely attached, is thrown into folds when the eye is open.
- The second one has a past participle. Likewise, can we say as '' which are being loosely attached ''
And '' commas '' .... Thank you...