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

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  1. Wrong.

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  2. Alright... umm. Is it A?

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  3. Yes.

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  4. Thanx!!

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  5. You're welcome!

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