Literary Analysis and Composition

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Please help me out with this question! I am still trying to understand participle phrases.
Write the first and last word of the participial phrase.

We studied the notes, including all the lectures and outlines.

  • Literary Analysis and Composition -

    Participles end in -ing or some form of the past tense. Participles do not have helping verbs or subjects. Participles act as adjectives.

    The participial phrase in that sentence is including all the lectures and outlines.

    http://www.mpcfaculty.net/essc/handouts/PartPh.htm

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