(while) playing tennis?


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participle clauses following conjunctions and prepositions
Participle clauses, with -ing particularly, can be used after various conjunctions and prepositions, such as: when, while, before, after, on, without, instead of. Note the following examples:
I sprained my ankle while playing tennis.
Can I omit 'while' in "I sprained my ankle while playing tennis." without making difference in meaning?
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