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Can somebody helps to explain what are the differences between these sentences?
What grammar is this?

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1.  
   - This is an added product
   - This is an adding product
   - This is an additional product

2. 
   - I saw an arrested person 
   - I saw an arresting person
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    • This is an added product: This is a product that has been added to... The product was the object of an action (adding). [participial adjective from passive/past/perfect participle]
    • This is an adding product: This is a product that is adding somenthing to... The product is the acting subject. [participial adjective from present/active participle]
    • This is an additional product: This is a product that comes as an addition to... The product is declared as an addition to something. [adjective]
    • I saw an arrested person: I saw a person, which was arrested (by someone). The person was the object of an action (arresting). [participial adjective from passive/past/perfect participle]
    • I saw an arresting person: I saw a person, which was arresting (another person). The person is the acting subject. [participial adjective from present/active participle]

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