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Locate the participle (not the entire participial phrase) and the word it modifies. Will someone fix that leaking faucet?
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User: Identify the type of sentence. The officer ran into the house where the fugitive was hidden.

User: Identify the following. Oblivious to anyone but themselves, the children played merrily. fragment simple sentence complex sentence

User: Locate the participle (not the entire participial phrase) and the word it modifies. Will someone fix that leaking faucet?

Weegy: Participle: will leak Word modified: faucet
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Asked 10/3/2012 9:06:38 AM
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The officer ran into the house where the fugitive was hidden. - is a complex sentence.
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Will someone fix that leaking faucet?
Participial phrase: leaking faucet
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