What is the participial phrase in the sentence below?
Instructed with a teacher's care, the students increased their knowledge of the Civil War.
A. Instructed with a teacher's care
B. the students increased
C. of the Civil War
D. increased their knowledge
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this is english in math but ill help
participial phrases have a complement , adverb , or a adverb phrase.
most of the time a complement and adverb have commas.
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Which of the following sentences uses parentheses correctly?
A. Puppies often lack (the skills needed) to interact with other animals.
B. Lots of dogs (especially young ones) have a difficult time socializing.
C. Some dogs are very friendly (and some are not friendly at all).
D. Most dogs are willing to try to socialize so (they can have a more active life).