anonymous
  • anonymous
What is the participial phrase in the sentence The audience sat quietly as the maestro, stretching his arms, began to conduct the orchestra
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anonymous
  • anonymous
A.The audience sat quietly B.stretching his arms C.to conduct the orchestra D.as the maestro
anonymous
  • anonymous
@Mr.Z
anonymous
  • anonymous
i htink its B

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anonymous
  • anonymous
think
Mr.Z
  • Mr.Z
A participle phrase will begin with a present or past participle. If the participle is present, it will dependably end in "ing". Likewise, a regular past participle will end in a consistent ed. Irregular past participles, unfortunately, conclude in all kinds of ways. Since all phrases require two or more words, a participle phrase will often include objects and/or modifiers that complete the thought. Here are some examples: Crunching caramel corn for the entire movie Washed with soap and water tuck in the back of the closet behind the obsolete computer
anonymous
  • anonymous
i think its B
Mr.Z
  • Mr.Z
I would say so.

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