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What type of clause or phrase is italicized in the sentence below?

The driver, confused by the sign, made a wrong turn.

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    (confused) is italizied

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    plz help fast

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    You only indicated that one word is italicized. One word cannot be a phrase or clause.

    Are these words italicized? confused by the sign?

    What do you think it is?

    Hint: If it's a clause, it should have a subject and a verb.

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    its confused and sign

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    so it can be one of these:
    past participial phrase
    noun clause
    adverb clause
    nominative absolute
    ellipitical clause
    but its not a clause

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    You're right -- it's not a clause.

    What kind of phrase is it?

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    past participle ?

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    Right.

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    thank you and the last one is

    We hit a snag while rowing to shore.
    and the italicized phrase is (while rowing )

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    would this be a clause

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    If it's a clause, what are the subject and verb?

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    past participle phrase thank you

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