Having jumped up, the cat pounced.
The cat pounced when the mouse jumped up.
Having jumped up, the cat pounced the mouse.
Having up jumped the cat, the mouse pounced.
Change began baking to begun baking.
Change having finished to while finishing.
There is no error in this sentence.
None of the above.
Dyed purple, Bella enjoys the blanket.
Pulled apart, Chris ate the kettle corn bag.
Jumping up, the kitten caught the treat.
Eating the kettle corn, the bag crunched,
Lance crashes the car.
The feather crashed the car.
The tree began to sway.
While eating a croissant, Josh waved to the crowd.
Covered in fluffiness, the couple played with the kitten.
Having eaten lunch, the girl turned on the laptop.
While playing, Lancaster jumped on the feathers.