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Identify the following outlined word as a gerund, participle, or infinitive. There was a kite, (dangling) from the telephone wires.
There was a kite, dangling from the telephone wires. Dangling is a participle.
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There was a kite, dangling from the telephone wires.
Dangling is a participle.
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