Which describes the underlined phrase in the sentence? To master another language, you should immerse yourself in the culture. A. infinitive phrase B. gerund phrase C. participial phrase D. misplaced modifier master another language, A
MASTER ANOTHER LANGUAGE IS UNDERLINED
Which describes the underlined phrase in the sentence? Riding my cousin's horse at the farm was a lot of fun. A. gerund phrase B. misplaced modifier C. infinitive phrase D. participial phrase A
Riding my cousin's horse at the farm
Which sentence contains a dangling modifier? A. To the pier raced the eager young anglers, annoying quiet veterans. B. To the victor goes the privilege of writing history. C. To assemble the model successfully, the directions must be read carefully. D. It is better to hand in a neat erasure than an overlooked mistake. B.
Which word does the participle modify? Startling rumors spread throughout the town after the power outage. A. rumors B. town C. spread D. outage A.
Which word does the participle modify? Rumbling along the curb, the huge machine swept the streets clean. A. machine B. streets C. curb D. huge A.
How is the infinitive phrase used in this sentence? The fence was installed to keep the children from accidently falling in the pool. A. adverb B. noun as direct object C. noun as subject D. adjective
How is the gerund phrase used in this sentence? We must give paving these roads our highest priority. A. indirect object B. subject C. direct object D. predicate nominative C.
Yo one at at time,
How is the gerund phrase used in this sentence? Incidentally, her current role in the company is designing a logo for a new website. A. direct object B. predicate nominative C. indirect object D. subject C.
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how can we check them if theres no answers provided from you?
AT THE BOTTOM
the letters are my anwers
you didnt even try the first twoo. . . but give me a second ill check the rest right now
last one you didnt state whats underlined
or what the gerund phrase is for the other one
Thats a lot of questions ;)