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Disguised, the robber broke in. --
a) Disguised is a participle, describing robber. b) Disguised is a gerund, functioning as the subject of the sentence. c) Disguised is a participle, describing broke. d) Disguised is a gerund, functioning as the object of a preposition.
He helped me by cleaning brushes in the shop.
a) Cleaning brushes is a gerund phrase used as the object of the preposition. b) Helped is a participle used to describe he. c) Clearning brushes is a gerund phrase used as a predicate nominative. d) Clearning is a participle phrase descibing brushes.
Choosing a good subject is more fun than choosing one you hate.
a) Choosing a good subject is a gerund phrase used as the subject of the sentence. b) Choosing is a participle that describes the word subject. c) Choosing one you hate is a gerund phrase used as a predicate nominative. d) Choosing a good subject is a gerund phrase used as the object of a preposition.
We made a fascinating statue by scultping in marble.
a) Sculpting in marble is a gerund phrase used as the object of a preposition. b) Sculpting is a participle used to describe marble. c) Fascinating is a gerund used to describe marble. d) Sculpting in marble is a gerund phrase used as a predicate nominative.
The disguised knight, charging valiently, killed the dragon.
a) Charging valiently is a participle phrase used to describe the word knight. b) Disguised is a gerund used to describe knight. c) Killed the dragon is a participle phrase used to describe the word knight. d) Charging is a participle phrase used to describe valiently.
Painting by numbers is an easy activity for children.
a) Painting by numbers is a gerund phrase used as the subject of the sentence. b) Painting by numbers is a gerund pharse used as the predicate nominative. c) Easy is a participle used to describe activity. d) Painting by numbers is a participle phrase used as the subject of the sentence.
Her least favorite activity is cleaning brushes after class.
a) Cleaning brushes is a gerund phrase used as a predicate nominative. b) Clearning brushes is a participle phrase used as a predicate nominative. c) Cleaning brushes is a gerund phrase used as a direct object. d) Cleaning brushes is a participle phrase used as a direct object.
The witch, disguised as a princess, was in the castle.
a) Disguised as a princess is a gerund phrase that describes the witch. b) Disguised as a princess is a participle phrase that describes the witch. c) Disguised as a princess is a gerund phrase used as the subject of the sentence. d) Disguised as a princess is a participle phrase that describes was.
The perturbed knight threw an apple at his frustrating horse.
a) Frustrating is a participle that describes his. b) Perturbed is a gerund used as the subject of the sentence. c) Perturbed is a participle that describes knight. d) Frustrating horse is a gerund phrase used as the object of a preposition.
After sculpting in marble, the marble needs to be polished.
a) Polished is a participle used to describe needs. b) Sculpting in marble is a participle phrase used to describe marble. c) Sculpting is a participle used to describe marble. d) Scultping in marble is a gerund phrase used as the object of a preposition.
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