The Phrases



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Phrase is a group of words without a finite verb. They are used to form part of a sentence.

Walking along the road, I saw a blind man.

Walking along the road - phrase
walking - Present Participle
walking - used as adjective
walking - qualifies the pronoun I
along the road - Preposition Phrase
Walking along the road - Participle Phrase



While I was walking along the road, I saw a blind man.

Walking along the road, I saw a blind man.
While I was walking along the road - Clause
walking along the road – phrase

Phrasal Verb is a group of words that acts like a verb and consists usually of a verb with an adverb and a preposition or a preposition.

SET OFF and PUT UP WITH are phrasal verbs.
Set - verb
Off- adverb
Put - verb
Up - adverb
With - preposition

Preposition Phrase
Participle Phrase
Phrasal Verb
Noun Phrase
Adjective Phrase
Adverb Phrase



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