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match what? i'll try to help
Would #20 be a gerund phrase?
20. gerund phrase http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/gerundphrase.htm
15.adjective clause http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/adjectiveclause.htm
19.adverb clause http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/adverbclause.htm
I think 17 is a noun clause, but i'm not totally sure http://www.pitt.edu/~atteberr/comp/0150/grammar/nounclauses.html
Do you think #21 is the infinitive phrase? @Dixiedog99
14. prepositional phrase. I'll look at 21 now
Ok thank you
16. independent clause. sorry i'm to 21 now, just saw that one and knew the answer.
in the actual thing, is the quotation marks before the "to" instead of afterwards? if so, then it's infinitive.
Yea, it's before to.
okay then we've got it! waho! are all of them are done? If so, could you maybe give me some help on my question?
Was #18 answered? The only one left is participial phrase and I don't think that makes sense. /:
Okay. I'll continue figuring this out.
so they all have to match up?
i'd think 18 would be adjective clause. don't you? that would make two of the same thing right. so which one is the right one...
i'm sorry I have to go I need to finish my work. I hope I helped some and that you figure it all out.
If you need any help, can you sent me the link to your question? @Dixiedog99