Choose the selection that is correct and should be used in the sentence. Beaming proudly, a medal hung around her neck at the ceremony.?
a. At the ceremony, a medal hung around her neck, beaming proudly.
b. Beaming proudly at the ceremony, a medal hung around her neck.
c. Beaming proudly, she wore a medal around her neck at the ceremony.
d. At the ceremony, she wore a medal around her neck beaming proudly.
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I am not that good at english.
But I think c sounds the most correct to me.
Although get someone else look at them to see the most correct answer.
That's what I thought. Thank you! :)
Always make sure your clause refers to the subject. Sitara is right, in example C, "beaming proudly" clearly refers to "she". In the other examples, "beaming proudly" seems to refer to the medal. Make sense?