Language Arts

* Trying to laugh as quietly as possible,* Lucas snuck out of the kitchen.
prepositional phrase
gerund phrase
participial phrase
appositive phrase

* Singing loudly in the shower* is what Jessica loves to do every morning.
gerund phrase
participial phrase
appositive phrase
prepositional phrase

*Caleb was a basketball player from Knoxville High School.*
simple sentence
complex sentence
subordinate clause
compound sentence

The janitor told Principal Johnson he put the cleaning materials *where he always left it.*
independent clause
noun clause
adverbial clause
adjectival clause

*When I made dinner for the family, they were all properly amazed.*
misplaced modifier
subordinate clause
complex sentence
compound sentence

Meat *that is produced organically* is often quite expensive.
independent clause
adverbial clause
subordinate clause
adjectival clause

The musical metal wind chimes are hanging on the porch *that my sister made.*
misplaced modifier
simple sentence
noun clause
adverbial clause

*What I learned about bedbugs* made me want to never sleep again.
adverbial clause
misplaced modifier
noun clause
compound sentence

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  1. I'll be glad to check your answers.

  2. 2.D
    3. c

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  3. Both are wrong.

    Please study, study, study before you try to cheat and waste our time.

  4. This is a work sheet my teacher gave me. :(

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  5. 1.C
    3.A

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  6. Yes. Those last two are right.

  7. Dude, #2 is A-Gerund phrase

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