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Josie102
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Choose the grammatically correct use of an absolute phrase from the following sentences. The love of my life walked out of the door, a cappuccino in her hand. The love of my life walked out of the door a cappuccino in her hand. The love of my life walked out of the door, and a cappuccino in her hand. The love of my life walked out of the door; a cappuccino in her hand.

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omarmakkawy05

Since an absolute phrase modifies a noun, and is separated from the rest of the sentence using a comma usually, with no conjunctions, the only correct answer here is the first one. Because there is a comma, there is no conjunction like in the third sentence, so it has to be correct. 

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