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    participal phrase

    Please explain the use of participle phrases in these sentences. 1. Temperatures on the moon are quite extreme, ranging from 110C to -173C. 2. The moon is a satellite of the earth, revolving around the earth once every twenty-nine and a half days. 3. Indonesia is a land of surprises, featuring the rich culture and arts of its people amidst the sandy beaches and cool mountains.

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    Re: participal phrase

    1. This participial phrase acts as an adjective that modifies "temperatures".

    2. This participial phrase acts as an adjective that modifies "moon".

    3. This participial phrase acts as an adjective that modifies "Indonesia".

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