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CathieCanner
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which best defines the misplaced modifier a. a word, phrase, or clause that modifies the verb in a sentence. b. a word, phrase, or clause that is incorrectly placed at the end of a sentence. c. a word, phrase, or clause that seems to refer and modify an unintended word because of its placement in a sentence. d. a word, phrase, or clause that is incorrectly placed at the beginning of a sentence.

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nenanita27

The option that best defines the misplaced modifier is C. a word, phrase, or clause that seems to refer and modify an unintended word because of its placement in a sentence. For example: We ate the lunch that we had brought slowly. The word slowly refers to ate, and not had brought.

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