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Which sentence has a correctly placed participial phrase? A. Attached to the ceiling, Jack helped his neighbor repair the light fixture. B. Jack helped his neighbor attached to the ceiling repair the light fixture. C. Jack helped his neighbor repair the light fixture attached to the ceiling. D. Jack, attached to the ceiling, helped his neighbor repair the light fixture.
The sentence that has a correctly placed participial phrase is: Jack helped his neighbor repair the light fixture attached to the ceiling.
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The sentence that has a correctly placed participial phrase is: Jack helped his neighbor repair the light fixture attached to the ceiling.
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