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Phrases and Clauses

Sep 5, 2022

Phrases are a group of words of at least two words that cooperate to fill a solitary linguistic role in a sentence. 

A thing expression comprises of a thing in addition to any determiners or modifiers straightforwardly connected with it. 

An action word expression can either be comprised of a helper action word and its primary action word, or an action word in addition to any modifiers, items, or supplements. 

A descriptive word state is comprised of a descriptor alongside any determiners, modifiers, or descriptor supplements that change or complete the descriptor’s importance. 

A verb-modifying expression might comprise of a qualifier in addition to any determiners and supplemental data, or a modifier in addition to an intensifier of degree, or a word intensifying prepositional expression. 


Prepositional expressions comprise of a relational word and its article. 

A “ing” word state is framed when a “ing” word (“- ing” type of an action word utilized as a thing) is joined by any modifiers or potentially protests. 

Infinitive expressions are made out of the infinitive of an action word alongside any items or modifiers related with it. 

Participle phrases are made when participles are escorted by any modifiers or articles. 

A flat-out expression or outright development is a linguistically free gathering of words that alter or add data to the whole sentence. 


A flat-out expression or outright development is a syntactically autonomous gathering of words that alter or add data to the whole sentence. 

A condition is a gathering of words in a sentence that contains both a subject and a predicate. 

An autonomous condition (otherwise called a fundamental provision) is a statement that shapes a total, free idea. 

Subordinate provisos are normally set apart by subordinate words, like subjecting conjunctions, relative pronouns, or relative verb modifiers, which interface them to autonomous statements in a sentence. 

A thing condition fills in as a thing in a sentence. 

Relative conditions, likewise called modifier provisions, give enlightening data about a thing. 

A verb-modifying or qualifier proviso is utilized, as an ordinary modifier, to change descriptive words, action words, intensifiers, and in some cases whole provisos. 


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