anonymous
  • anonymous
I know it's not math, but I have a test tomorrow, and I want to make sure I understand these things, and nobody is helping in the English section. I really hope I don't start to annoy anyone, but I have 18 questions I'm asking separately. Please help me. I'm not exactly sure about this question, but I tried to answer it anyway, can you check my answer? Choose the answer that Identifies the word that the participle phrase modifies. At the mailbox stood a hopeful child, waiting for an expected package. Child Mailbox Package Stood < ?
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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
First what indicates a participle? - adjectives Therefore what does a participial phrase modifies?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Adjectives?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yes. this is verbals right?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
What do you mean?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Are you talking about Verbals - Gerunds, Participle, and Infinitive? Which in this question you are looking for a participle a.k.a participial phrase?
anonymous
  • anonymous
All the question said was participle phrase. I'm so sorry. This is an advanced class for me, and I just started the class. And I (obviously) don't really know anything about it.
anonymous
  • anonymous
But, thank you for helping, I'll give you a medal.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Oh ok.. But anyways it is "child" - a participial phrase is modifying child because this is the main subject. describing what he/she is doing - waiting
anonymous
  • anonymous
Oh! Okay! I think I understand that.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Could you help me with my other questions? I have 17 more, so you don't have to help me with them all; or at all....
anonymous
  • anonymous
Ah sure
anonymous
  • anonymous
Choose the answer that identifies the gerund in the sentence. Swimming against the current is just one of the challenging aspects that people participating in the triathlon will be facing. Challenging Facing Swimming < Participating
anonymous
  • anonymous
So you are in Verbals.. This is a gerund now.. Okay a Gerund indicates a NOUN... The gerund here is "Swimming" because it has the same function of a noun while the rest... all indicates an adjective which describes/modifies Facing - participle challenging - participle participating - participle
anonymous
  • anonymous
Okay. I'm not sure if I understand that. The next question is a gerund too. If you would like, I can close this question and start a new one so I can give you another medal? I really do appreciate your help!
anonymous
  • anonymous
And tell me if you don't want to help anymore, because I will completely understand! Lol.
anonymous
  • anonymous
sure just use call my name
anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm sorry. Give me a second please.
anonymous
  • anonymous
i gtg. very sorry

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