Absolute Phrase

Absolute Phrase:
Absolute Phrase refers to the combination of noun and participle with any accompanying modifier or object. It does not describe the specific word, instead it modifies the whole clause.

Structure :-   noun + participle + modifier/object


His effort knitted in frustration.
Effort = noun, knitted = participle, his, in frustration = modifier
His legs running over the ball.
Legs = noun, running = participle, his, over the ball = modifiers

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