Why do we say 'heating pad' while we say 'heated floor' or 'heated toilet seats'? They work the same way, why we use heating/heated differently? Thanks
The present participle as an adjective indicates the indicative form of the verb - heating pad - the pad heats.Why do we say 'heating pad' while we say 'heated floor'
I would think that both types doThe heated floor, the car seats, the toilet seats, the towel racks, all have a primary function