- Doing the work he was sure.
- Meeting you, I was proud.
This link says that the first one is wrong, but the second one is correct. It also gave the reasons behind it. But I failed to understand it. Why is the first sentence wrong? If I put a comma after Doing the work, will the first example be considered as a correct sentence? If I write he is sure instead of he was sure, will Doing the work, he is sure be correct? This link also says that, by the second sentence, it does not mean that I was not proud because I had met you, but there was another reason for me to be proud. My question is if I was not proud to have met with someone (you), why has meeting you been placed before I was proud? When suck kind of phrase is placed before an independent clause, though there is no relation between participle phrase and the independent clause following the participle phrase?