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*Trying to laugh as quietly as possible*, Lucas snuck out of the kitchen.

A. Prepositional phrase
B. Gerund phrase
C. Participial phrase
D. Appositive phrase

Hello I was wondering if my answer is correct for this question, the answer I choose was C. Thanks. :)

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  1. Right

  2. Thank you I also was wondering about my answer for this question.

    *Climbing so slowly they seem immobile* is how sloths spend their days.

    A. Prepositional Phrase
    B. Gerund Phrase
    C. Participial Phrase
    D. Appositive Phrase

    My answer is A. Am not sure if it's right or not.

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  3. Verbals that end in -ing are either gerunds or present participles. In this case, it's a gerund phrase that is serving as the subject of the whole sentence; the main verb is "is."

  4. Oh okay I get it now. Thank you. :)

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  5. You're very welcome!

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