The picture = the complete subject
The = an article acting as an adjective, modifies the word 'picture'. "What picture? THE picture."
Picture = a noun acting as the simple subject
Is = complete verb
Is = a linking verb
Perfectly made = the complete predicate adjective
Perfectly = an adverb modifying the word 'made'. "How was it made? It was made PERFECTLY."
Made = the predicate adjective, describes the subject
Of pure silver = a prepositional phrase acting as an adverb
Of = the preposition
Pure = adjective modifying the word 'silver'
Silver = a noun acting as the object of the preposition
The word perfectly is an adverb.
Identify is a verb.
speech is silver but silence is gold
To identify a declamation piece, the speech must be with feelings. It refers to the act of reciting a speech that inspires others.
The word silver is a noun. It is a shiny grey colour.
It can be used as a verb or a noun. As a noun, "The picture was hanging on the wall." As a verb, "I want you to picture the moon."
Noun or adjective
A motion picture is a noun. The plural would be motion pictures.
Speech is silver, silence is golden is an old proverb that has an oriental origin. It means that it is best to keep ones own counsel.
The Cross of Gold Speech
The Academy Award for Best Picture of 2010 went to "The King's Speech."
That is how the poet wrote it.
Silver can be a noun and an adjective. Noun: Metallic element/coins made from the material silver. Adjective: Made from silver.
Direct speech is: "Hello," he said. He said is the main thing there.Indirect speech is: 'He said hello to us'. Notice the inverted commas instead of the speech marks.
that was the jazz singer in 1927
A figure of speech transcends its literal interpretation. "I have butterflies in my stomach," is a figure of speech. Also,"A picture is worth a thousand words."
Hitler's Picture. It was the Microphone in the picture of Hitler making a speech