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Which sentence has a misplaced modifier?

A. Covered with mold and dust, Mr. Rudolph examined the old textbooks on the shelf.
B. I think that my favorite teacher will be Mrs. Alvarado, who is from Guatemala.
C. Slowly walking through the crowded hallway, Darlene clutched her books tightly.
D. After completing his first day at school, Miguel was relieved to not have homework.


My answer i think it's D am i correct?

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asked by Gabby
  1. No. Miguel is the one who completed his first day of school. That modifier is placed correctly.

    Please read these sentences carefully again.

  2. oh ok let me think it over again thx

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  3. Ok I think it's A am I still wrong?

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  4. A. is correct. We can assume that the books are covered with mold and dust -- not Mr. Rudolph.

  5. ya that's what i though lol Thx.

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  6. :-) You're welcome.

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