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2:26 AM
@LukeSawczak When you say participial adjective, would being yellow be an example of it? Or the verb to be is just a state that involves no participation and therefore doesn't fit the rule?
 
2:49 AM
@Feelew That would indeed be an example; I mean the term purely grammatically, actual participation be damned. ;) But I think I should have said participle in any case... "Consider it as being yellow" is okay, if less likely than "Consider it (to be) yellow." Here's a nice little paragraph with "I consider it as being incomplete", and in the very next one "You consider it exceedingly desirable", so both are okay.
(and that vicinity also has "consider + noun" and "consider + to be + adjective"! A veritable cornucopia of considerations.)
 

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