TOEFL iTP | Grammar | Items Involving Misplaced Modifiers
So, some of you are thinking "what the hell is a modifier?" Well, it's a participial phrase or another modifier that comes before the subject, but does not refer to the subject.
Example: Incorrect: Driving down the road, a herd of sheep suddenly crossed the road in front of Liza's car.
Correct: As Liza was driving down the road, a herd of sheep suddenly crossed the road in front of her.
In today's podcast, I will discuss present/past participle, appositives, reduced adjective clauses, adjective phrases, and expressions with like or unlike...as misplaced structures. This will be extremely beneficial for a lot of you out there, so tune in!
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