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Question 3 I always think linen napkins are nicer.
midplaced modifier
dangling modifierfa
faulty predication
incomplete comparison

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    Nope.

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    it cant be faulty comparsion because they denote reasons and the subject is napkin but it says these napkins are nicer nicer then what? its suppose to be comparing it to something so it must be an incomplete comparision.

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    Now you're right. Good thinking!

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    It is incomplete comparison.

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