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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
what is the question?
anonymous
  • anonymous
To help keep this party a secret, all of the decorations and supplies will be kept where the birthday boy never goes, at Lisa's house. What is the dangling modifier in this sentence? of the decorations and supplies at Lisa's house To help keep this party a secret where the birthday boy never goes
anonymous
  • anonymous
A of the decorations and supplies B at Lisa's house C To help keep this party a secret D where the birthday boy never goes

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anonymous
  • anonymous
First what do you think the answer is
anonymous
  • anonymous
I first think it is.
anonymous
  • anonymous
at Lisa's house
anonymous
  • anonymous
You there?
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes just thinking
anonymous
  • anonymous
Oh ok
anonymous
  • anonymous
I thought of this answer To help keep this party a secret, all of the decorations and supplies will be kept at Lisa's house where the birthday boy never goes.
anonymous
  • anonymous
What do you think saint?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I think it is C
anonymous
  • anonymous
Its right
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok it seemed like the best answer
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ye.
anonymous
  • anonymous
here is the other question
anonymous
  • anonymous
(1) Do you ever log in to social networking sites and tell everyone what you are doing? (2) If you do, be aware of who can see what you are writing. (3) Thieves can read public posts to find their next victim. (4) When going on vacation, it is best to keep travel plans secret. (5) Revealing that you are going on vacation may cause a thief to target your home. (6) Using the information found in your profile, where you live can be discovered. 1. Which sentence has a dangling modifier? sentence 3 sentence 4 sentence 2 sentence 5
anonymous
  • anonymous
Try four but i am not 100% sure
anonymous
  • anonymous
It was correct
anonymous
  • anonymous
here is the other one
anonymous
  • anonymous
Hey
anonymous
  • anonymous
Here is the question (1) Do you ever log in to social networking sites and tell everyone what you are doing? (2) If you do, be aware of who can see what you are writing. (3) Thieves can read public posts to find their next victim. (4) When going on vacation, it is best to keep travel plans secret. (5) Revealing that you are going on vacation may cause a thief to target your home. (6) Using the information found in your profile, where you live can be discovered. 2. Choose the clearest and most effective revision of sentence 6. Using the information found in your profile, a thief can discover where you live. Discovering where you live, the information found in your profile can be used. A thief can use the information found in your profile, discovering where you live. Where you live can be discovered using the information found in your profile.
Falco276
  • Falco276
what's a Modifier?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Misplaced and Dangling Modifiers A modifier describes, clarifies, gives more detail, and adds to or sets limits on a certain word or word group. It is important to place modifiers in their proper place within sentences in order to avoid confusion about who or what is being modified. Misplaced Modifier A misplaced modifier doesn't modify the word it is trying to modify, and this can confuse the reader. example: When I was at the market yesterday, I only browsed the movies. Because of the word only, this sentence can be read three different ways: Did you only look at the movies and not buy any? Did you only look at the movies and nothing else? Were you the only one who looked at the movies? The way to clear this up is to move the placement of the word only so that it looks like this: When I was at the market yesterday, I browsed only the movies. Now, the sentence means you looked at the movies and nothing else, and it is clearer to you and your readers. Dangling Modifier Another example of a problem with modifiers is the dangling modifier. When you start a sentence with a dangling modifier that doesn't state the person, thing, or idea being modified, your readers will think that the modifier is meant for the subject of the clause that follows the modifying phrase. example: Rushing to get home before the rain started, her car almost ran over a dog. The sentence seems correct, but the car can't actually hit anything without the driver who drives it. A better way to state the sentence would be like this: Rushing to get home before the rain started, she almost ran over a dog with her car.
Falco276
  • Falco276
ok. Erm, I could say......................... B?
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok

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