- AKA: Participle Phrase.
- “The chef [keenly [arranging] the salad] wanted to impress the customer.”
- “Arranged by the chef], the salad was about to impress the customer.”
- “The team went home defeated by its archrival].”
- See: Gerund Phrase, Infinitive Phrase.
- (Purdue OWL, 2019) ⇒ https://owl.purdue.edu/owl/general_writing/mechanics/gerunds_participles_and_infinitives/participles.html Retrieved: 2019-05-17.