I had a chance to hear about the prominent aerospace industry of Quebec, enjoying its status as the third largest aerospace industry in the world.
Maybe I should frame my question differently.
Is the underlined phrase a so-called "dangling participle phrase"?
Some say the sentence is fine, some other say it's not.
Those who say it's fine point out that the participle phrase modifies "the prominent aerospace industry of Quebec", not "I".
If that's the case, could anyone give me grammatical reference as to what qualifies as a danging participle phrase and what does not?
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