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    Subordinate an idea in each of the sentences by participle phrase.
    1.The patchwork quilt was made up of individual squares stitched by twenty different craftspeople, and it showed a broad range of creative talent .
    2.The actors were called onto the set, and they began to perform the scene.
    3.Consuela opened the refrigerator, and she put the milk inside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Subordinate an idea in each of the sentences by participle phrase.
    1.The patchwork quilt was made up of individual squares stitched by twenty different craftspeople, and it showed a broad range of creative talent .
    2.The actors were called onto the set, and they began to perform the scene.
    3.Consuela opened the refrigerator, and she put the milk inside.
    Sorry, we don't do people's work for them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Subordinate an idea in each of the sentences by participle phrase.
    1.The patchwork quilt was made up of individual squares stitched by twenty different craftspeople, and it showed a broad range of creative talent .
    2.The actors were called onto the set, and they began to perform the scene.
    3.Consuela opened the refrigerator, and she put the milk inside.
    Do you understand the assignment? (I could rephrase the sentences as indicated, but it's your assignment, not mine.)



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    hello

    I do not want to do my homework. I would like understanding the way to make the sentences and apply the way on them.

    thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by moha 2010 View Post
    hello

    I do not want to do my homework. I would like understanding the way to make the sentences and apply the way on them.

    thank you
    Do you know what the question means?
    You have to take one of the clauses from the sentence and make it into a participial phrase.

    Here is an example:
    I got out of bed and then I fed the cat. -> Having got out of bed, I fed the cat.
    The participial phrase is "having got out of bed", because it contains a present participle, 'having'.

    Now you try.

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    i m a new member of this forum i want to ask any teacher or senior about precise writing tips n essay also if some 1 has to write a 100 marks essay


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    Hello
    Iam sorry because i was late.

    1. Made up of individual squares stitched by twenty different craftspeople, and the patchwork showed a broad range of creative talent .
    2. Called onto the set, and the actors began to perform the scene.
    3. Opening the refrigerator, and Consuela put the milk inside.
    or Having opened the refrigerator, and Consuela put the milk inside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moha 2010 View Post
    Hello
    Iam sorry because i was late.

    1. Made up of individual squares stitched by twenty different craftspeople, and the patchwork showed a broad range of creative talent .
    2. Called onto the set, and the actors began to perform the scene.
    3. Opening the refrigerator, and Consuela put the milk inside.
    Delete the "ands"
    Last edited by RonBee; 02-Dec-2009 at 00:20. Reason: fix quote


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    Thank you for your helping.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moha 2010 View Post
    Thank you for your helping.
    A suggestion. Say:
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    Thank you for your help.

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