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The italicized words make up which type of verbal phrase? Turning the corner, Kate bumped into David. A. Participial B. Infinitive C. Gerund D. Split infinitive
Turning the corner, Kate bumped into David. The verbal phrase "Turning the corner" is a participial phrase.
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Turning the corner, Kate bumped into David. The verbal phrase "Turning the corner" is a participial phrase.
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