Here is the sentence:

Eric's foot indicated his nervousness during the interview, which jiggled wildly.

Very impressive! You recognized that too many words separate the modifier from its target. Which jiggled wildly, an relative clause, is describing interview when its target should be foot.

To fix the problem, you should revise the sentence like this: Eric's wildly jiggling foot indicated his nervousness during the interview.

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