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Which sentence has a correctly placed participial phrase? A. The weatherman predicts a rainstorm approaching from the south will arrive later tonight. B. Approaching from the south, the weatherman predicts a rainstorm will arrive later tonight. C. The weatherman, approaching from the south, predicts a rainstorm will arrive later tonight. D. The weatherman predicts a rainstorm will arrive later tonight approaching from the south.
The sentence that has a correctly placed participial phrase is: A. The weatherman predicts a rainstorm approaching from the south will arrive later tonight.
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The sentence that has a correctly placed participial phrase is:
A. The weatherman predicts a rainstorm approaching from the south will arrive later tonight.

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