Participle clauses use a present or past participle in a clause instead of a typical subject + verb form. There are different kinds of participle clauses for different situations. In this video Dan talks about one type, participle clauses of reason. To help demonstrate the grammar, the producer provides Dan with a cup of coffee.
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