Absolute Participial Phrase

Hi teachers :smiley:

What is Absolute Participial Phrase?

What is Absolute Phrase?

Are they the same name?

Please give example and structure



Hi Jupiter,

An absolute phrase (often with a participle) is one that’s grammatically independent and not connected with the sentence in which it’s used. Some examples:

In the circumstances/ Bearing that in mind/Seeing it from all points of view/All things considered