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    please helping

    Hello, how can i answer these questions?


    A. Revise the senteces to eliminate dangling modifiers and do not revise any correct sentence.

    1- Ready to pitch camp , the windstorm hit.
    2- The convicts did not yield , thinking they could attract the support of the prees.
    3- Burned to the ground , the Welches had to build a new house.

    B.Combine the tow sentences in each item into a single sentence. Use an appropriately placed verbal phrase or elliptical clause as an introductory parenthetical element.

    1- I turned on the flashers and lifted the hood . A speeding motorist, i thought , midht slow down , see my predicament, and offer me a ride.

    thank you

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    Re: please helping

    Quote Originally Posted by the killer View Post
    Hello, how can i answer these questions?


    A. Revise the senteces to eliminate dangling modifiers and do not revise any correct sentence.

    1- Ready to pitch camp , the windstorm hit.
    2- The convicts did not yield , thinking they could attract the support of the prees.
    3- Burned to the ground , the Welches had to build a new house.

    B.Combine the tow sentences in each item into a single sentence. Use an appropriately placed verbal phrase or elliptical clause as an introductory parenthetical element.

    1- I turned on the flashers and lifted the hood . A speeding motorist, i thought , midht slow down , see my predicament, and offer me a ride.

    thank you
    Your best plan is to follow the advice given when you posted this a few days ago. Have you read it? I gave you explicit instructions about how to do this.
    All you are doing here is posting the questions that I and others have not answered for you.
    It's time you did your own work now.

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    Re: please helping

    hello , please i want an advise not answers .
    I wish to give me correction for the sentences.

    1-You should be ready to pitch camp , the windstorm hit.
    2-The police did not take the convicts,thinking they could attract the support of the prees.
    3-After their house was burned to the ground,the Welches had to build a new house.


    B- 1.1- I turned on the flashers and lifted the hood , i thought a speeding motorist might slow down and see my predicament and then offer me a ride.
    thank for all, especially Raymott.

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