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Identify the participial phrase and the word it modifies. The neighbors found their house destroyed by fire. Participial phrase: found their house destroyedthe neighbors founddestroyed by
firefound their house Word modified: firedestroyedneighborshouse
Participle phrase: destroyed by fire. Word modified: house.
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