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I just don't understand it.. :l
LettersToTheSky LettersToTheSky 18-21, F 2 Answers May 15 in Community

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A misplaced modifier is a modifier that is not as close as syntactically possible to the thing which it modifies (in English, anyway -- different languages have different rules for placement of modifiers).

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Example: "Visibly parched from the run, I gave him my water bottle." "Visibly parched from the run" is a misplaced modifer, because it modifies "him," not "I."

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Huh?

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It's an English class thing..

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