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Wafting through the streets, the fresh-baked bread smelled delicious. Which type of modifier error, if any, does the above sentence contain? A. dangling modifier B. squinting modifier C. misplaced modifier D. The sentence is correct as it is written.
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User: Wafting through the streets, the fresh-baked bread smelled delicious. Which type of modifier error, if any, does the above sentence contain? A. dangling modifier B. squinting modifier C. misplaced modifier D. The sentence is correct as it is written.

Weegy: Wafting through the streets, the fresh-baked bread smelled delicious. The type of modifier error is dangling modifier.
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User: Which of the following pairs of words does NOT contain an adjective? A. spicy seasoning B. savory marinade C. astonishing cooking D. bake carefully

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"Bake carefully" does NOT contain an adjective.
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