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A clause from sentence (i) has been turned into a(n) ___ in sentence (ii).
(i)Since she knew what the lecture was about, she didn't attend the meeting.
(ii) Knowing what the lecture was about, she didn't attend the meeting.

1 - compund predicate
2 - relative !@#$%^&oun
3 - infinitive
4 - phrase

#4 - phrase is the answer, not 100% sure

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asked by Sarah
  1. Yay!! Right again!

    A phrase is a group of words without a subject and predicate. This group of words is definitely a phrase.

  2. It's a participial phrase modifying "she."

  3. phrase

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