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Put the sizes on the uniforms while sorting them out. and the italicized is sorting them out,can only be:
adverb clause
infinitive phrase
past participial phrase
elliptical clause
adjective clause

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    I believe it's an elliptical clause.

    http://www.englishtutes.com/Parts_of_speech/Elliptical_clauses.shtml

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    thank you and what about this one:Headed by a senior, the group drew up rules for School Spirit Week.
    i think its nominative absolute??

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    or prepositional phrase with a gerund

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    Which words are italicized?

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    senior

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    The single word, senior is the object of the preposition "by."

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    so it would be nominative absolute??

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    No.

    Are you sure there are no other italicized words?

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    i think it could be: Headed by a senior,

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    its past participial phrase

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    Yep. {Shaking head!}

    Headed by a senior is a past participial phrase. It modifies the subject, "group."

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    i have one more :The hero falls in love with a countess (who is very beautiful).

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    http://www.chompchomp.com/terms/adjectiveclause.htm

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    its adjective clause?

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    Yes,

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