A participle phrase will begin with a present or past participle. If the participle is
present, it will dependably end in ing. Likewise, a regular past participle will end
Participle Phrase. Sometimes a word or phrase appears to be a verb when, in
fact, it's something else. It's important to look at the function that a word or phrase
A participial phrase is a word group consisting of a present or past participle and
any modifiers, objects, and complements.
Look at this example: You could see the panther releasing its grip. (The shaded
text is the participle phrase. The participle itself is in bold. The participle phrase ...
Apr 13, 2011 ... A participial phrase is a group of words consisting of a participle and the modifier(
s) and/or (pro)noun(s) or noun phrase(s) that function as the ...
Examples and definition of a Participial Phrase. A participial phrase is a phrase
that looks like a verb, but actually functions as an adjective; it modifies a noun in ...
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Absolute Phrases || Appositive Phrases || Gerund Phrases || Infinitive Phrases ||
Noun Phrases || Participial Phrases || Prepositional Phrases. A phrase is a group
Participial phrases consist of a participle along with all of its modifiers and
complements. Here are three examples. Notice that each phrase is modifying a