Word and Phrase Origins
How to do something long introductory phrase?
Asked in Verbs, Grammar, Sentence and Word Structure
What is an introductory phrase or clause generally followed by?
Which punctuation mark is required to set apart an introductory phrase?
What is an introductory phrase?
Asked in English Language, Word and Phrase Origins
What word or phrase in spanish expresses how long something has been going on?
Asked in Grammar, Commas Colons and Semicolons
Do you use a comma after an introductory phrase beginning with the word as?
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What is something in this phrase the something of Frankenstein?
How can you tell the difference between an infinitive phrase and a prepositional phrase?
In an infinitive phrase, it is always a preposition, and something you can do. For example: I like to think about my family. In this sentence to think is an infinitive phrase, and about my family is a prepositional phrase. to think, to be, to run, to do, to rescue, are all some of the MANY infinitives. Think this when you are trying to figure out if it is an infinitive phrase: to and something you can do! If it is something you can do after the preposition, then it is an INFINITIVE!