Asked • 03/16/19

Adverb clause: his delight evident?

I recently have come across a clause, *his delight evident*, reading a novel. Which I have found tricky to understand. I have been able to get to the meaning yet not to the structure it possesses. Here are some improvised sentences I've just made. - He ran over to me, his delight evident, and hugged me already. - "Absolutely," said the man, his delight evident. Could you please explain how the clause works? Thanks.

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Alexandra H. answered • 03/16/19

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