Directions: If there is a dangling modifier in any of the sentences below, rewrite the sentence to make it clear. If the sentence is correct, write CORRECT.
1. Having learned Spanish in just three months, the stay in Mexico was a success.
2. Drinking a beer, the feeling was a familiar one.
3. While listening to the radio, one should always make sure that the volume is not too loud.
4. Looking over the student’s exam, the professor noticed several mistakes.
5. At the age of sixteen, I moved back to California.
6. Dropped in the bushes, the child found the missing keys.
1. The stay in Mexico was perfect having learnt spanish in just three months.
2. The feeling of drinking a beer was familiar.
4. The professor noticed several mistakes while looking over the student's exam.
5. I moved back to California at the age of sixteen.
6. The child found the missing keys that were dropped in the bushes.