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Phrase

  1. 1. PHRASE
  2. 2. What is PHRASE?
  3. 3. Phrase is a group of words without both subject and predicate. Phrases combine words into a larger unit that can function as a sentence.
  4. 4. What are the different Kinds of Phrase?
  5. 5. - Noun Phrase - Verb Phrase - Adjectival Phrase - Adverbial Phrase
  6. 6. Noun Phrase A noun phrase consists of a noun and all of its modifiers, which can include other phrases SENTENCE noun VERB PHRASE PREP. PHRASE NOUN PHRASE Prep verb det noun
  7. 7. Verb Phrase Are composed of the verbs of the sentence and any modifiers of the verbs, including adverbs and prep. Phrase or object. main verbHelping verb
  8. 8. Adjectival Phrase An adjective phrase (or adjectival phrase) is a phrase that tells us something about the noun it is modifying. The head (principal) word in an adjective phrase will be an adjective. These are unbelievably expensive shoes. Adjective phrase Like a normal adjective, an adjective phrase can be used before the noun it is modifying or after the noun it is modifying.
  9. 9. Adverbial Phrase Quite often, an adverb in a sentence comprises several words. These types of adverbs are called adverbial phrases or adverbial clauses. Adverbial phrases and clauses (shaded below) can usually be categorized as one of the following:

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