anonymous
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Which word in the sentence does the participial phrase modify? Listening for the doorbell, she lowered the volume on the television. A. volume B. lowered C. doorbell D. she
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anonymous
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anonymous
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no sorrry C
anonymous
  • anonymous
The participial phrase is always used as an adjective phrase to modify a noun or pronoun. "Listening for the doorbell" is your participial phrase, right? So who or what is "listening for the doorbell"?

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anonymous
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then D
anonymous
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CORRECT! :)
anonymous
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you my friend are a BIG help
anonymous
  • anonymous
And you my friend are a great learner
anonymous
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thanks. XD
anonymous
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Yup :)

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