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One form of bowling, found in Scotland, involves heaving a ball at the pins and flopping down faceforward. What type of phrase is , found in Scotland,

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    Participial phrase Participial phrases are formed from participles and all the related words. Participles are formed from verbs and end in "ing" or "ed." Participles function as adjectives; therefore, participial phrases also function as adjectives. They often describe the subject of the sentence. 1. Laughing wildly, she ran down the path. (Describes "she") 2. The actor, pausing for a moment, looked at the crowd. (Describes "actor") 3. He showed us the cabinet, painted a brilliant green. (Describes the object "cabinet")

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