Dangling Participles

A present participle is a verb ending in -ing. 

It is called a ‘dangling’ participle if the subject of the verb and the subject of the sentence don't agree. 

Example: Waiting for the bus, the time went by slowly.

Rather say: Time went by slowly as we waited for the bus. 

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