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Modifiers- Applying the concepts

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Himanshu Das
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Really appreciate that you have been able to hold on to the series for this long despite the viewership falling with each lesson towards the end which is bound to happen generally. That shows the commitment on your part. Thumbs up for that.
  1. Collection: Advanced Grammar Lesson 17 Modifiers 17


  2. About Me . B. . from BITS Pilani Business Advisor, Dell Follow me on Unacademy: https://unacademy.in/user/HimanshuDas


  3. APPROACH Identify the modifier e Identify what's getting modified e Check for the position of the modifier e Check whether the modifier is worded correctly or not ion o


  4. VERB+ ING . Can describe a noun Main Clause noun] modifier e Can describe an action (describing how the action occurred, cause result) [Main clause], modifier * * Modifier, [Main Clause] can modify either the noun or the verb


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