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Which words in the sentence form the participial phrase? Rounding the corner, Harold ran into a large man with a thick mustache and beard. A. Rounding the corner B. into a large man C. with a thick mustache and beard D. Harold ran
Rounding the corner, Harold ran into a large man with a thick mustache and beard. Participial Phrase: Rounding the corner
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Rounding the corner, Harold ran into a large man with a thick mustache and beard.
Participial Phrase: Rounding the corner
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