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Combine the following pair of sentences by making use of a participle.
They seized him by the collar. They led him away.

A
Having seized him by the collar, they led him away.
B
Having seizing him by the collar, they led him away.
C
Leading him away, they seized him by the collar.
D
Leading away, they seized him by the collar.
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Combine the following pair of sentences by making use of a participle.

The porter opened the gate. We entered.

A
The porter having opened the gate, we entered.
B
The porter having opening the gate, we entered.
C
We entering, the porter opened the gate.
D
We entered as the porter opened the gate.
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Combine the following pair of sentences into a meaningful sentence (using a participle):
The monsoon started. The roads became muddy.

A
The monsoons having started, the roads became muddy.
B
Having started the monsoons, the roads became muddy.
C
The roads having become muddy, the monsoons started.
D
Having the roads become muddy, the monsoons started.
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Combine the following pair of sentences by making use of a participle.

The traveller was tired. So he sat by the side of a tree.

A
Being tired, the traveller sat by the side of a tree.
B
Being tiring, the traveller sat by the side of a tree.
C
Sitting by the side of a tree, the traveller was tired.
D
As he sat by the side of a tree, the traveller was tired.
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Identify if the verb in italics is a Gerund or Participle:

The speaker is exciting the crowd.

A
Past participle
B
Present Participle 
C
Gerund
D
None of the above 
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Combine the following pair of sentences using a participle:
I was feeling a cool breeze. I threw open the window.

A
Feeling a cool breeze, I threw open the window.
B
The cool breeze, I threw open the window.
C
Throwing open the window, I was feeling a cool breeze. 
D
The window throwing open, I was feeling a cool breeze. 
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Choose whether the verb form in italics is a Gerund or Participle:
Singing is routine work for him.

A
Gerund
B
Present Participle
C
Past Participle
D
None of the above 
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