anonymous
  • anonymous
Which sentence has a misplaced adjective phrase? A. My cousin from Arkansas is coming to visit later this month. B. Those plants grow in special soil with purple leaves. C. The stew in the pot needs some more seasoning. D. The movie about race cars thrilled me.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Sentence B. It should be Those plants with purple leaves grow in special soil.

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The incorrect sentence implies that the soil has purple leaves, which is not what is meant.

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