Sentence Composing. Prepositional Phrases Appositive Phrases Participial Phrases Absolute Phrases. Prepositional Phrases. All children grow up. All children, except one , grow up. J. M. Barrie, Peter Pan. Lincoln International Airport was functioning.
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That night in the south upstairs chamber, Emmett lay in a kind of trance.
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Six boys came over the hill half an hour early that afternoon, running hard, their heads down, their forearms working, their breath whistling.
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