English

1. Forgetting her homework and her books.
A. Phrase fragment,
B. Dangling modifier.
C. Run-on sentence.
D. Misplaced modifer.

2. Choose the term that describes the underlined phrase.

The storm (which was a Category 3 hurrican), damaged the beaches along the eastern coast of the island.
A. Noun clause
B. Adverb clause
C. Adjetive clause
D. Independent clause

3. (The dog ate the shoe) that was lying on the closet floor.
A. Noun clause
B. Adver clause
C. Independent clause
D. Subordinate clause

4. The book (that she is reading) is over due from the library.
A. Noun clause
B. Adverb clause
C. Adjective clause
D. Independent clause

My answers
1. A
2. C
3. C
4 C
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