I have a question about the position of participle phrase.
Here are several sentences I am confused about:
1) Being a student, she studies hard everyday.
2) She being a student studies hard everyday.
3) She studies hard everyday, being a student.
Are they correct? and is there any difference among them due to different positions?
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