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Identify the gerund phrase and its noun use. Driving carelessly increases the likelihood of an accident. Gerund phrase: Noun use:
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User: Identify the gerund phrase and its noun use. Driving carelessly increases the likelihood of an accident. Gerund phrase: Noun use:

Weegy: The gerund phrase is "Driving carelessly increases the likelihood of an accident". The noun is accident
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Driving carelessly increases the likelihood of an accident.
Gerund phrase: Driving carelessly, Noun use: Subject

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