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Q: Identify the italicized phrase of the following sentence. Lenny went to Peter's house to borrow his shovel.
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User: Identify the italicized phrase of the following sentence. Lenny went to Peter's house to borrow his shovel.

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Updated 2/23/2014 12:41:54 PM
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Lenny went to Peter's house to borrow his shovel.
The phrase in the sentence is "to borrow his shovel".
It is an infinitive phrase.

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Identify the italicized phrase in the following sentence. Identify the italicized phrase in the following sentence. For some reason, Vince didn't like falling in the mud puddle For some reason, Vince didn't like falling in the mud puddle
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For some reason, Vince didn't like falling in the mud puddle.
The phrase "in the mud puddle" is an ADVERB PHRASE.
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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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