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Modifiers, as we have discussed in chapter 3, are basically words/word groups that describe. They are adjectives or adverbs, or words that perform the function of these two parts of speech. Most of the G-matic sentences consist of word groups (both phrases and clauses) that modify something or the other. The modifiers are quite important in G-matic sentence correction, because seldom do you find a G-matic sentence without them.


This chapter is designed to give you basic infomation about these modifiers, and also about errors related to them. Faulty comparison that is resulted by various factors is discussed in detail. This chapter paves the way for your understanding of still other important G-matic testing points, dangling modifier, to be discussed in the next chapter.

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