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On seeing this kind of phenomenon, the first step is to report it to the manager.
I want to know if the sentence has made an error of dangling modifier. Is that acceptable in spoken English? Thank you.
Re: Dangling modifier
There's no ambiguity, and it's not a classical case of a dangling modifier.
Originally Posted by jiaruchan
I'd accept it, but I'd add 'to take'.
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