The fourth step is to identify and place all dependent clauses.

Participle Clauses

Participle clauses are clauses based around a participle. A Participle is an -ing verbal idea. e.g. running, talking, etc.

There are no participle clauses in our practice passage. Therefore, you can practice placing participle clauses with a variety of other passages.

Find each participle, then describe its function and what it modifies. You will see the results in the sentence flow below.

Click on the participle
Good, now choose how it functions in the sentence.
Good, now click on the term that it modifies.
Good, now try a different sentence.
Great Job! You have placed all the participles.

The LORD will strike you with wasting disease, with fever and inflammation, with heat and drought. - Deut. 28:22
...and for the next five years there will not be plowing or harvest. - Gen. 45:6
When the Jews noticed how quickly she got up and went out, they followed her, supposing she was going to the tomb. - John 11:31
If it is service, let him serve, if it is teaching, let him teach. - Rom. 12:7
I will know that you stand firm in one spirit, contending as one man for the faith of the gospel. - Phil. 1:27
In his great mercy he has given us new birth into a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ. - Phil. 1:27
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Subject Verb Direct Object
The LORD will strike you
with disease

there will be planting
not or harvest

they followed her

it is teaching

you stand firm [none]

He has given birth
into a hope