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If the underlined word group in each of the following sentences is a phrase, write phrase on the line. If the word group is not a phrase, write no on the line.
Example 1. Some people love , while others don’t.
____________________ Refrigerators and storage cabinets will be able to order foodstuffs online the supply is low.
Identify each italicized phrase in the following paragraph as a prepositional phrase, a participial phrase, a gerund phrase, an infinitive phrase*, or an appositive phrase.
Example: Altamont Pass,  located in northern California, has become the topic of discussion  among many energy entrepreneurs.
- participial phrase
- prepositional phrase.
Altamont Pass, [I] *an area of grassy hills  surrounding San Francisco Bay, is producing a new cash crop. Energy entrepreneurs are hurrying  to lease wind rights on acreage  throughout the Altamont. One rancher owns several hundred acres  dotted with tall white wind machines like the ones shown here.  Standing in rows on the wind-swept hills, these machines work almost nonstop at  producing electricity.  With any luck, the wind-power industry may soon spread  to other parts of the country. The temperature differences  between the cool coast and the hot valley can create air surges  funneling inland through natural gaps  like the Altamont In 1997, wind energy  from areas like this in California produced enough electricity  to light a city the size of San Francisco. Electricity  produced by these turbines has the potential  to provide 20 percent of the energy  ____________________ needed by the world. With developing countries,  India and China, for example,  rapidly expanding their wind resources, wind could produce over 18,000 megawatts more in the near future than it does today. Modern wind turbines may someday become as numerous  in the United States as windmills once were in the Netherlands. Identify the appositive or appositive phrase in each of the following sentences. Example:The sapling, a variety of oak, will grow rather slowly.a variety of oak.