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Identify the italicized phrase of the following sentence. Lenny went to Peter's house to borrow his shovel.
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User: Identify the italicized phrase of the following sentence. Lenny went to Peter's house to borrow his shovel.

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Lenny went to Peter's house to borrow his shovel.
The phrase in the sentence is "to borrow his shovel".
It is an infinitive phrase.

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For some reason, Vince didn't like falling in the mud puddle.
The phrase "in the mud puddle" is an ADVERB PHRASE.
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Running out of gas, the car came to a stop.
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