Phrase :

A Phrase is a group of words acting as a Noun, Adjective or Adverb in a Sentence. It does not contain a Finite Verb but may contain an infinite verb. (Participle, Infinitive, Gerund). In itself it cannot make complete sense, but can have meaning only through its relation to some part of the sentence in which it stands.

This writer was a man of great wealth.

He was a young man of great promise.

It was a scene of great beauty.

I shot an arrow into the air.

The words in italics are Phrases.


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