i want know what type of sentence is it and why do we use past participle here and 2nd example i took from (Alan Walker song Faded)
1)You will be shocked? 2)I am faded
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The structure of these sentences is Subject + Linking Verb + Adjective. The purpose of this kind of sentence is basically to describe the subject.
The past participle form (verb + "-ed") can be used as an adjective both in English and in several other European languages.
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Sorry guy I read a little bit more I found this
Distinction between passive voice and participial adjective A distinction is made between the above type of clause and a superficially similar construction where the past participle is used as an adjective, and the verb be or similar is simply a copula linking the subject of the sentence to that adjective. For example:
I am excited (right now). is not passive voice, because the participle excited is used as an adjective denoting a state, not to as a verb (as it would in the passive the electron was excited with a laser pulse).
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It is pasive voice structure.
It follows this structure Subject + to be + past participle.
It can be used in any other tenses like future Subject + will/going to + to be + past participle.
Or perfect tenses for example Subject + have + been+ to be + past participle.