its scheduled too hectically.
Scheduled too hectically
A participial phrase consists of a participle plus modifier(s), object(s), and/or complement(s).
A participle is a verbal ending in -ing (present) or -ed, -en, -d, -t, -n, or -ne (past) that functions as an adjective, modifying a noun or pronoun.
A good hint to find out which of the phrases is a participle phrase is that participle phrase will always begin with a present or past participle. In this case, the participle is in the word "Scheduled" so the participle phrase is "Scheduled too hectically"
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which of the following statements about considering your audience and purpose is false?
you should think about what your audience already knows about your topic.- first choice
32.how is the rhythm in a lyric poem created?
by stressing certain words or syllables- first choice
33. which of the following describes an elegy?
a poem expressing sorrow for someone who has died- third choice
34.how does the audience know that the play is moving on to a new scene?
the scenery, lighting, and props change.-last choice
35. the internet is an electronic communications network that connects computer systems all over the world.- third choice
36. which of the topic sentences below best states the paragraph’s main idea?
there are several ways for students to earn money.- third choice
37.what tone does this passage convey?
satirical- third choice
38.what point is he trying to make by wearing the veil for most of his life?
he means to show that everyone, not just he, has experienced sin and sorrow and should therefore try not to hide it from others or from god.- first choice
39.based on the sentence’s context clues, how do you think the character feels?
excited- third choice
40.what tone does this passage convey?
pessimistic- second choice
scheduled too hectically, the misbegotten tour zigzagging from state...