What is the noun phase in I have met many famous pop stars?
A noun phrase is a group of words based on a noun that functions as a unit in a sentence.
The noun phrase in the sentence is "many famous pop stars".
The noun phrase in this sentence is functioning as the direct object of the verb "have met".
Examples of this noun phrase functioning as a unit in different parts of a sentence:
- Many famous pop stars have performed here. (subject of the sentence)
- Max is a personal trainer for many famous pop stars. (object of the preposition "for")
The noun phrase in the sentence is, "many famous pop stars". The pronoun that takes the place of the noun phrase, 'many famous pop stars' is the third person, plural, personal pronoun them as direct object of the verb 'have met'. The pronoun in the sentence is 'you', the second person, personal pronoun; a word that takes the place of the noun (name) for the person spoken to, The pronoun 'you' is correct.
The noun 'galaxy' is a word for large system of stars held together by mutual gravitation and isolated from similar systems by vast regions of space. The noun 'galaxy' is a standard collective noun for a galaxy of stars. The term 'a galaxy of stars' is also used as a term for a large group of famous, impressive people.