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The name of the common error in the following sentenece?

My answer is Dangling Modifier... Is that correct?
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1.The dog that is man's best friend, is cat's worst enemy.

There's no dangling modifier here.

There should be either no commas or two commas between a subject and its verb. In this case, there should be no commas at all if "that is man's best friend" is being used as a restrictive clause -- or else there should be two commas if it's being used as a non-restrictive clause.
See the first example given after Superfluous Commas. See also the explanation for number 4 in Comma Usage.

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