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Identify infinitives and infinitive phrase
A. Underline the infinitives and infinitive phrases in these sentences. Then identify how each is used by writing Noun, ADJ (adjective), or ADV (adverb) in the blank.

1. In fall the parmigan begins to shed its brown feathers for winter white. Noun
2. To be a soccer goalie requires unwavering attention. ADJ
3. We made an attempt to lift the log off him. ADV
4. The insurance company promised to repay everyone affected by the flood. ADV
5. To bake a chocolate cake is my immediate plan. ADJ
6. The coach's decision to resign surprised everyone. ADV
7. To help his school's population, he joined the newspaper. Noun
8. Geraldine wrote the novel to make money. ADV

B. Identifying Participles and Participial Phrases
Underline the participle or participial phrase in each sentence. Use parentheses to indetify the word modified in the sentence.
1. The (art fair) featured handcrafted jewerly and ceramics.
2. Writing as quickly as possible, the (students) took the exam.
3. Swimming with a friend, (Frances) made it to the float.
4. (Ed's sailboat), damaged near the stern, was unusable.
5. The one playing the trumpet is my (brother).
6. The stolen (brifcase) contained valuable documents.
7. The travelers saw a huge (stone castle) perched on the rocky cliff.
8. The strange (voice) was that of a talking mynah bird.

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A.

1. In fall the parmigan begins to shed its brown feathers for winter white. Noun
I can't see any blank, (underlined word) here

2. To be a soccer goalie requires unwavering attention. ADJ
To be = being

5. To bake a chocolate cake is my immediate plan. ADJ
to bake = baking

7. To help his school's population, he joined the newspaper. Noun
to help = helping

It is not an easy subject!