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Anybody can help me with this?
Which sentence is correct? Or both are correct? If so, is there any difference?
(A) She's clipping her toenails, chatting on the cell phone.
(B) She's clipping her toenails, chat on the cell phone.
Thank you very much!
"Riding my bicycle through the countryside last Sunday, a cow knocked me over."
Now there is a sentence like the one you were imagining, with an unclear subject-object relationship (cows can't ride bicycles, and what was that cow doing riding my bike through the countryside?)