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Is this the correct analysis of the sentence structure for this sentence? "After killing their opponents, Rollo rests while Ragnar looks over the battle field as ravens decend to feast on the flesh of the slain." "After killing their opponents" is a prepostional phrase; "Rollo rests" is an independent clause; "while Ragnar looks over the battle field" is a dependent clause; "as ravens decend to feast on the flesh of the slain" is a dependent clause; "on the flesh of the slain" is a prepostional phrase. What do you regard "to feast" as in terms of the sentence structure? Because "to" is not a preposition, "to feast" is not a prepositional phrase. What is it then? A verb phrase? Thanks.
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