StarLord1
  • StarLord1
Which words in the sentence form the participial phrase? Young children participating in sports develop strong social skills. A. Young children B. participating in sports C. develop strong D. strong social skills can you hurry please
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katieb
  • katieb
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anonymous
  • anonymous
8.Participial phrase. Definition: · A participle is a verb form that acts as an adjective, modifying a noun or a pronoun. Would that help at all?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I Think Its Be, Prticipial Prases Are Mainly Verbs.
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  • anonymous
Here are some more examples Definition: · A participle is a verb form that acts as an adjective, modifying a noun or a pronoun. · There are two kinds of participles: present and past. Present participles always have an –ing ending; past participles often end in –d or –ed. · When you used a helping verb with an –ing form of a verb, you create a verb phrase. When you use an –ing form of a verb to modify another word or phrase, you create a participle. Examples: · Verb phrase: Keisha is opening the door. · Participle: We listened to the speaker’s opening remarks. · Verb phrase: I have written to Jacob about our plans. · Participle: Please submit written evidence of your purchase.

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