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a) It lacked presence, with no over-arching themes or interactivity

b) Holiday promotions were proving beneficial, with customers drawn to the specials.

c) The range was displayed poorly, with few sales promotions by any brands

1) Do you think all are grammatical?

2) Do you think they are prepositional phrases, or they are clauses joined by the conjunction 'with' or they are absolute phrases, where 'with' is the marker?

3) Do you think a because clause would be better for a and b (instead of with...)?

4) Do you think 'with...' is a second adverbial prepositional phrase, modifying how the range was displayed?

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