Identity the phrase in each sentence as either a participle phrase, a gerund phrase, or an infinitive phrase. Answers will be posted later this evening.                                                    
1. The horse trotting up to the fence hopes that you have an apple.              2. Walking on the beach is painful if jellyfish have washed ashore.              3. Lauren found her roommate Ben eating the last of the leftover pizza.      4. Samantha hopes to win the approval of her mother.                          
5. To exit the building, please turn to your left.
 


Mr119
04/28/2013 2:43pm

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