Infinitive and Participial Phrases (Grade 10)

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Infinitive and Participial Phrases

1. 
Which part of the sentence is a participial phrase?
Watching me closely, the dog came toward me.
  1. toward me
  2. me closely
  3. the dog
  4. watching me
2. 
Which part of the sentence is a participial phrase?
The plates, brought from Denmark by my grandmother, are on display in the dining room.
  1. the plates
  2. are on dispaly
  3. brought from Denmark
  4. in the dining room
3. 
Which part of the sentence is a participial phrase?
The cookies, baked this morning, were all gone by five o'clock.
  1. the cookies
  2. by five o'clock
  3. were all gone
  4. baked this morning
4. 
Which part of the sentence is a participial phrase?
That hymn, sung by many generations of churchgoers, is my favorite.
  1. sung by many generations
  2. is my favorite
  3. That hymn
  4. of churchgoers
5. 
Which part of the sentence is a participial phrase?
Having been on the road for four days, the Todds were exhausted.
  1. were exhausted
  2. for four days
  3. Having been on the road
  4. on the road for four days
6. 
Which part of the sentence is an infinitive phrase?
The toughest part of the test will be to answer the essay questions.
  1. to answer the essay questions
  2. The toughest part
  3. of the test
  4. will be to answer
7. 
Which part of the sentence is an infinitive phrase?
I want to drive to the show.
  1. want to drive
  2. drive to
  3. I want
  4. to drive to the show
8. 
Which part of the sentence is an infinitive phrase?
I’m planning to attend the conference.
  1. the conference
  2. to attend the conference
  3. I'm planning to attend
  4. planning to attend
9. 
Which part of the sentence is an infinitive phrase?
Emily seemed content to read for long hours.
  1. to read for long hours
  2. seemed content
  3. Emily seemed
  4. long hours
10. 
Which type of phrase is made up from the words "publishing one book"?
  1. infinitive phrase
  2. participial phrase

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