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  1. kmullis6
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    @Compassionate @Miracrown @sammixboo

  3. sammixboo
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    Prepositional phrase begins with a preposition (worlds like in, on, onto, etc look here for more info : http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/preposition.htm), and then ends with a noun, pronoun, or a clause. EXAMPLE - at (preposition) lunch (noun) - at lunch An absolute phrase contains and combines a participle and a noun. EXAMPLE : Sammi (noun) giggled (participle) - Sammi giggled An infinitive

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    Is it a sentence fragment? I was confused because I just now found the subject in my lesson. I thought it wouldn't be the answer if it wasn't in the lesson.

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    An infinitive phrase will start with the word 'to', then a verb, then next an object. EXAMPLE : to shake a tree Lastly, a sentence fragment is an incomplete sentence EXAMPLE : After I ate pie.

  6. sammixboo
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    Whoops, it is a sentence fragment! Haha, I thought the period was a comma. Good job!

  7. kmullis6
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    Haha :P Thank you for explaining it all to me. I really appreciate it. (:

  8. sammixboo
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    No problem :) If you need anymore help, you can tag me

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