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	 Appositive phrase: a phrase that renames the subject. Prepositional Phrase: a phrase beginning with a preposition
Absolute Phrase: A group of words that modifies an independent clause as a whole.
Participial Phrase: a group of words containing a participle that acts as an adjective (eg, Foolishly wasting time, he looked out the window.)
He reaches to a cupboard, takes a punch of salt, and drops it into the pot.
He continues on to the fireplace, leans the gun against the wall and he swings a pot out of the fire, and smells it.
Both series of actions. Subject, Verb, Verb, and Verb.
Ryan experienced a series of unfortunate events, exploited those events to her liking, and ended up spending many days with Chad.
Hale weeps in frantic prayer, and the new sun is pouring in upon her face, and the drums rattle like bones in the morning air.
Phrase - a group of words. Clause - Subject and a verb.
• Independent clause: • Dependent clause:
Coordinating conjunction: for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so.
Mr. Bryan brings life to grammar, so the students respond with genuine enthusiasm, but Ryan still felt a deep hatred for words like a democrat hates republicans.

 His chest heaving, his eyes staring, Proctor tears the paper and crumples it, and he is weeping in fury.
Absolute phrase, absolute phrase, independent clause, coordinating conjunction independent clause.
absolute phrase - used without an expressed noun
Danforth, now sensing trouble, glances at John, goes to the table, and picks up a sheet -- the list of condemned.
Subject, participial phrase, verb, verb, coordinating conjunction, verb, direct object, --- Appositive phrase renames the direct object.
Ryan, bumping Joe, apologizes quickly, questions his response, and goes back to her life -- the wonder that it is.
Participial phrase: Ed ph, ing ph, s, appositive ph, verb. Appositive phrase: a phrase that renames the subject.
Swathed about his forehead, hanging down over his face, Mr Hooper, their dear pastor, had on a black veil.
The affair didnʼt just affect Elizabeth, it had a huge effect on Jonʼs conscious.
Caught in a struggle, rejecting all opportunities for resolve, Joe and Hannah, Psych partners, try to agree on a project topic.
Middle-sized, sturdy, snuff-colored Dr. Franklin, one of the soundest citizens that ever trod, brought lights to the streets.
Compound Adjective
well-known actress out-of-date stats english-speaking people.
Comp. adj, adj, com adj s, appositive ph, verb.
A Half-witted, moronic, fun-filled girl, the smartest of the group, tried to answer a question.
 " Every day our garments become more assimilated to ourselves, receiving the impress of the wearerʼs character, until we hesitate to lay them aside.
Appositive Phrase" Absolute Phrase Propositional Phrase Participial Phrase Dependent Clause Independent Clause Coordinating Conjunction Direct Object
Subordinating Conjunctions
" Hannah was being a total loser, she alleviated Joeʼs pain, when she finally laughed.
Subjective: he...who Objective: him...whom Possessive: his...whose...its
A few families, united to him by bonds of friendship, he still attended when they required the services of a physician.
Direct Object, Participial phrase, Subject Verb dependent clause.
The new computer, traveling the dangerous path, Joe waited anxiously while it dodged destruction at every turn.
The voice of the sea is seductive, never ceasing, whispering, clamoring, murmuring, inviting the soul to wander (in abysses) (of solitude).
Subject the Verb to be subject complement, participial phrase, participial phrase
Slenderly, languidly, their hands set lightly on their hips, the two young preceded us out onto a rosy-colored porch, open toward the sunset, where four candles flickered on the table in the diminished.
Defiantly, courageously, their interests polarizing further, the protesters advanced into the street, stained red with blood, where the carcasses of their fallen brethren lay motionless.

 " Humans value money so much that they call a stifling economy “depressing.”
Tom and Miss Baker sat at either end of the long couch, and she read aloud to him from The Saturday Evening Post -- the words, murmurous and uninflected, running together in a soothing tune.
Independent clause, coordinating conjunction independent clause -- (noun, adjective adjective, participial).
Absolute phrase
The intrepid entrepreneurs fled the site of their exploits, and they 2
The bored haughty face that she turned to the world concealed something ______ most affectations conceal something eventually, even though they donʼt in the beginning _____ and one day I found what it was.
Ind clause ------ independent clause, subordinator independent clause ------ coordinating conjunction independent clause.
Ryan jumped through the bush ---- she continued on her way unaffected by the hinderance, regardless of the onlookerʼs regardless of opinions ----