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This is my last question(s) of the day.

[Singing loudly in the shower] is what Jessica loves to do every morning.

gerund phrase
participial phrase***
appositive phrase
prepositional phrase


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. 1. wrong
    2. right

  2. Let me try it again.
    1. A
    As for 3 and 4 I forgot to tell you which one I'm supposed to identify.

    3.[that my sister made]
    I think it's a misplaced modifier.

    4.[What I learned about bedbugs]

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  3. 1 - 3 are right.

    4??

  4. Would #4 be C?

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  5. Yes.

  6. Thank you Ms.Sue :-)

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  7. You're welcome, Princess.

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