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

The play, a three-act farce, amused everyone.

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    What is italicized?

    What do you think it is?

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    (three-act farce) and adjective clause

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    It's not a clause because it doesn't have a subject and verb.

    What type of phrase do you think it is?

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    present participial phrase

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    A present participle is a verb form and ends in -ing.

    That phrase is not a participial phrase.

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    appositive
    adverb clause
    infinitive
    adjective clause
    present participial phrase

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