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  Ed Good  —  Grammar Tips
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The chapter title read: “When writing, your participle might dangle.”

You can see that the subject “your participle” doesn’t attach to “when writing.” The participle isn’t doing the writing. You are. So we fix it like this:

When writing, you might produce a dangling participle.

 

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