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22. Which of the following sentences contains a misplaced modifier? (1 point)

I can’t believe I heard you complain about your surprise party!

Reading Paul’s essay, it was apparent his research skills were poor.

Alexis painted the murals listening to Cuban music. ***

To make perfect lasagna, an authentic Italian recipe is a good start.

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