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15.)What is the participial phrase in the sentence?

They heard the girl crying softly in the restaurant.

A) They heard
B) the girl
C) crying softly***
D) in the restaurant.

16.)Danielle reached into her bag. She was looking for her wallet.

Which sentence best combines the two sentences using a participle phrase

A) Looking for her wallet Danielle reached into her bag.***
B) Dannielle looking for her wallet reached into her bag.
C) Danielle who was looking for her wallet, reached into her bag.
D) Dannielle reached into her bag to find her wallet.

A?

17.)What is the infinitive phrase in this sentence?

If you were to watch a new movie, which one would you choose?

A) If you were
B) to watch a new movie ***
C) which one
D) Would you choose

B?

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  1. Yes! All are right.

  2. Correct on all three. :)

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  3. C,a,a
    Chapters 1-2
    B&d, C,b,d
    Chapters 3-5
    A,a,d,c
    Chapters 6-7
    B,c,b,b,a,d,c,a,a&c,b
    Chapters 8-10
    C,a,a
    Chapters 11-12
    D,c,d
    Chapters 13-14
    A,b,d
    Chapters 15-17
    A,d,b,a,b,a,c,c&d,c
    Chapters 18-19
    D,c,b,c,a
    Chapters 20-21
    A,d,c
    Chapters 22-23
    C,a,d,b,a,b,c,a

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  4. Is that for the giver????

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