Examples of Phrases
Post by nattttA phrase is a group of two or more grammatically linked words without a subject and predicate -- a group of grammatically-linked words with a subject and predicate is called a clause.
Posted on 2011-04-28 01:06:22
The group "teacher both students and" is not a phrase because the words have no grammatical relationship to one another.
Some example of phrases are:
She bought some spinach when she went to the corner store.
Lightning flashed brightly in the night sky.
They heard high pitched cries in the middle of the night.
In early October, Giselle planted twenty tulip bulbs; unfortunately, squirrels ate the bulbs and none bloomed.
Small children often insist that they can do it by themselves.
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