"What do we call “people with disabilities”? Several calling names for “people with disabilities” contain past particles such as ‘impaired’, ‘disabled’, ‘handicapped’, ‘challenged’, and ‘gifted’. Past particle (=-ed) refers to three kinds of meanings, passive meaning, the present(past) perfect, and having a particular feature. These past particle expressions affect people with disabilities. They are unable to dream their own future because these calling names restrict themselves to act as a person. Then, I suppose that people with disabilities are preferred to have a calling name with verbs of action. "