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KennaRae:

Which sentence uses both a participial and an infinitive phrase? Keeping with the rhythm, the dancers swayed to the soft music. Kevin's parents decided to increase the punishment every time he stayed out past curfew. Annoying me into a rude awakening, the alarm continued to buzz loudly in my ear. Looking through the room, Becky continued with her survey.

Gdeinward:

What do you think it is?

Mercury:

old question but will respond so this can be closed: let's quickly review some definitions: infinitive phrase: a phrase using the "to" form of a verb (ex: to run fast) participial phrase: a phrase using the participle form of a verb (present participle, past participle) (ex: running quickly, I almost missed the bust. "running quickly" is the participle phrase) apply this logic to each choice to find out which one has an infinitive phrase **and** a participial phrase

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