There is less need for a superstar hardware designer hanging around.
Can someone diagram this sentence for me? I remember that "-ing" form as present participle can represent an event that is progressing (e.g., Being given a chance, she immediately jumped at it); or has finished（?); or will happen（I'm leaving tomorrow, of cause in different context.
Sometimes it can represent passive voice, e.g. need doing something.
Could explain it to me that how "-ing" can be used in three different context showing above?
By the way, English is really a complex language.