Is there any difference between "crowded places" and "crowding places"? Which one is more common?
"Crowded" is an adjective, and describes a place where there is a lot of people and little space to move around. "Crowding" is a verb, and describes the act of a place becoming crowded with a lot of people. So "crowded places" refer to a place that is full of people, while "crowding places" describe the act of making a place become full of people. Ex: The park is very crowded. Ex: The people are crowding in the park.
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