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A large group of monarch butterflies migrates
from the eastern United States to the Mexico
each winter
, seeking a warmer climate.
 A large group of monarch butterflies
migrates from the eastern United States to
Mexico each winter
 Monarch butterflies in a large group that
migrates from the eastern United States to
Mexico each winter
 A large group of monarch butterflies that
migrate from the eastern United States to
Mexico each winter
 A large group of monarch butterflies that
migrates from the eastern United States to
Mexico each winter
 Each winter from the eastern United States
to Mexico a large group of monarch
butterflies migrates
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A seems best. But, is'nt the modifier "seeking....." dangling without a noun in A?

I chose A because the others are hving much more flagrant errors
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A seems best. But, is'nt the modifier "seeking....." dangling without a noun in A?

I chose A because the others are hving much more flagrant errors


Answer should be "A". "seeking..." is not atall dangling. It clearly modifies "a large group of ..."
"seeking..." is a present participle phrase and can be put at starting or ending of the sentence.

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Definetly A,

A large group is the subject of the sentence and should be placed at the begining.

Seeking modifies a large group and is very well placed after the comma....
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