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Which words in the sentence make up the entire participial phrase? Paying for the flute, Tammy smiled brightly and thought about all the songs she would play. A. smiled brightly B. Paying for the flute <------ I think this one C. she would play D. about all the songs

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  1. misssunshinexxoxo
    • one year ago
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    "The participial phrase is always used as an adjective phrase to modify a noun or pronoun. It includes the participle together with its modifiers, objects, or predicate words. The present participle form always ends in -ing, but the endings for past perfect and passive perfect participles may vary." B is correct again way to go! :)

  2. anonymous
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    Thank you again. I have three more questions on my test, and i just wanted to make sure they were right. Could you help?

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