Take another look at the sentence:

Folding the pile of T-shirts into perfect squares, Cory's laundry chores got completed.

Folding the pile of T-shirts into perfect squares, a participle phrase, comes right before laundry chores, an illogical target. [Cory's, a possessive noun, functions as an adjective describing chores.] People, not chores, have hands that can fold clothes!

Before you continue, review the rules for misplaced and dangling modifiers.

Go back to the sentence to try again.

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