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Locate the participial phrase and the word it modifies. Waiting in the cafeteria line, the girls talked about their history assignment.
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Waiting in the cafeteria line, the girls talked about their history assignment.
Participial phrase: Waiting in the cafeteria;
Word modified: Girls
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She got up to leave.
Infinitive: To leave;
Use: Adverb
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Dressed in a cheap suit, John looked like my uncle Earl.
Participle: Dressed;
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A boy named Robert won the high jump contest.
Participle: Named
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