What would you like to do?
Phrase is not a sentence as it does not have subject and verb. It is a group of related words. Depending on the presence of different parts of speech with associated modifiers the phrase can be of different types such as noun phrase, adjectival phrase, adverbial phrase, prepositional phrase, appositive phrase and absolute phrase. An example of an absolute phrase in sentence: Having travelled widely, John is aware of geography of many countries in Europe.
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A sentence gives a complete thought, with a subject and verb. A phrase is a sequence of words intended to have meaning.
These are sentences, they have a subject and a verb: The boys like ice cream After the game we went to Jon's house The dog chased the cat down the road His speech was terrible… Today is Tuesday These are phrases: my favourite TV program = noun phrase, has been = verb phrase on the telephone = prepositional phrase much colder than yesterday = adjective phrase quite often = adverb phrase
The verb phrase may contain one verb (simple): Richard came yesterday. Or more than one verb (complex): Richard is coming today. English also has auxiliary verbs which …help the main verb to make up a verb phrase. They are: be, have, do, and the modal auxiliaries will, can, could, may, might, shall, should, must, used to. The shops will open tomorrow. The shops have opened today. The shops were opening at 9:00am. The shops used to open at 8:00. etc
Even though John never posted on social media about his mental condition, his friends were informed by word of mouth.
Between you and me, this movie wasn't worth the money I paid for the ticket. Each of these burritos comes with guacamole. The husband danced with his wife. … The speech motivated the student to write their own example sentences. The appetizers were equally distributed among the guests.
give example of prepositional phrase that function as adjective
Just wanted to give you a heads up
A participle phrase consists of the participle, an object or a complement, and any modifiers. For example Kissing the child gently, the mother cuddled the little girl. Kissing… the child gently would be the Participle Phrase.
Some parrots can repeat an entire sentence
I walked down the street. "down the street" is a prepositiional phrase.
When you carry a credit card, it's far too easy to give in to temptation.
I think this is what you mean: I live at (1 brookbank st) She lives at (home) Usually a street name/house number is used
Here is an example: I went to snickerlickia. (that is a real planet)
Give me a sentence on word brood
to the store
I'd like to know who keeps knocking on our door. I'm just asking if you've seen who it is that keeps knocking on our door. I suppose you could be the one who's been knocki…ng on our door.