Can every present participle as adverbial be broken down into clause?
As the title above.
Please tell me the can the followed sentence turn into adverbial clause:
The museum's workers walked out, arguing that overcrowding at the home of the Mona Lisa and the Venus de milo had made the place dangerous and unmanageable.
I thought it out, listing the probable way I thought as follow:
1. The museum's workers walked out, and argued ....
2. The museum's workers walked out, as they argued ....
3. The museum's workers walked out, after they argued ...
Please correct me if I am wrong.
I always want to break down present participle into clause, is that right ?
But I usually can't get a satisfied result.