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Identify the adverb clause and the word or words it modifies. The artwork was displayed after the artist had unveiled it. Adverb clause: the artwork was displayedafter the artistafter the artist had unveiled it Word(s) modified: artworkdisplayedwas displayedunveiled
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The artwork was displayed after the artist had unveiled it. Adverb clause: after the artist had unveiled it. Words modified: was displayed.
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Identify the relative pronoun and the noun or pronoun to which it relates. The child whose shoes were untied will probably trip over his shoelaces and fall down.
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Identify the adjective clause and the word it modifies. The tree whose branches had died had to be cut down.
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The tree whose branches had died had to be cut down.
Adjective clause: whose brances had died. Word modified: tree.
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Identify each italicized word as gerund or participle The dog, TRAINED to do tricks, entertained the children for an hour.
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The dog, TRAINED to do tricks, entertained the children for an hour.
Trained is a participle as it modifies the noun dog.
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Identify each italicized word as gerund or participle. By PAYING his bills promptly the man had acquired a good credit rating
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By PAYING his bills promptly the man had acquired a good credit rating.
The word PAYING is a GERUND and functions as object of a preposition.
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