Phrases

An adverbial phrase is a phrase with an adverb in it:

Eg: Happily, he ran home.

A noun phrase is a phrase with a noun in it:

Eg: The big brown cow.


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  1. Thank you, Theo. You have been listening to me in class as I recognise the big, brown cow!! ;-)I like the fact that you put the adverbial phrase at the beginning of the sentence rather than at the end which is what most people tend to do. It is higher order thinking to put it at the front of the sentence, so well done. Do you know the different types of adverbial phrases? http://www.grammar-monster.com/glossary/adverbial_phrases.htm will help if not. 1wwp. 🙂

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