Dangling Modifiers Worksheet

Get children funneling along our free, printable dangling modifiers worksheet to be able to write sentences where no modifier strays away from the word or phrase it describes or simply dangles without being clearly stated. The problem is a lot of English users, including those that are well-versed in the language, think sentences like "Having studied well, the exam was easy" is all right although such sentences are far from grammatically correct. Read the definition to know why the sentence is wrong, and then there will be no stopping the young grammarians!

This pdf worksheet is appropriate for students in grade 6, grade 7, and grade 8.

CCSS: L.7.1.C

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Dangling Modifiers
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