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Q: What is the italicized phrase in the following sentence? Running out of gas, the car came to a stop.
A: Running out of gas, the car came to a stop. The phrase "running out of gas" is a participial phrase.
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User: What is the italicized phrase in the following sentence? Running out of gas, the car came to a stop.

Weegy: Running out of gas is the phrase and it used as an adverb.
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Running out of gas, the car came to a stop.
The phrase "running out of gas" is a participial phrase.
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