A participle (abbreviated PTCP) is a form of a verb that is used in a sentence to
modify a noun, ..... In the example, the participial phrase τὸν εὖ στρα...
Since all phrases require two or more words, a participle phrase will often include
objects and/or modifiers that complete the thought. Here are some examples:.
A participial phrase is a word group consisting of a present or past participle and
any modifiers, objects, and complements.
Participial Phrases. A participial phrase begins with a past or present participle.
Examples are: Washed with my clothes, my cell phone no longer worked.
Apr 13, 2011 ... The participial phrase functions as an adjective modifying Jack. ... This situation
is an example of a dangling modifier error since the modifier ...
The present participle of most verbs has the form base+ing. It is used in ...
Examples. I am working. He was singing. They have been walking. We will be
staying. ... In this usage the participial phrase explains the cause or reason for an
Participles Examples. ... Like gerunds and infinitives, participles can appear
alone or can be part of a larger phrase. There are many words that end in "-ing"
Otherwise, you will have written a dangling participle. Here are examples of a
present-participial phrase beginning a sentence, coming inside a sentence, and
[See below for definitions of participial, infinitive, and prepositional phrases.]
Usually, a ... In our first example, for instance (noun phrase in dark red) ,. Several