Why are sentences often ludicrous when they begin with a participial phrase that does not refer to the subject of the sentence? The

Why are sentences often ludicrous when they

begin with a participial phrase that does not
refer to the subject of the sentence?
The participial phrase introduces the reader to the object
being modified
The participial phrase accidentally modifies the wrong
part of the sentence.
The participial phrase becomes forgotten later in the
sentence.
The participial phrase accidentally modifies the entire
sentence


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