Phrases (A phrase is a group of words that give meaning to a sentence. …
are formed by a verb and the words that complement it.
The first or only word in the verb phrase indicates the tense.
Verb Phrases can be simple(consisting of a main verb) and complex (when they include modal or auxiliary verbs before the main verb).
The main verb is in the last part of the verb phrase.
has been working
hardly. (Complex Verb phrase)
:check: The sky
blue. (Simple verb phrase)
making pizza. (Simple Verb Phrase)
are formed by a noun which is called
and the words that modify it.
is baking cookies.
are waiting for Nicolas.
:pencil2: Sometimes the head can be a pronoun.
:pencil2: Words that can modify nouns include articles (
house), adjectives (a
house) and possessive pronouns (
is a group of words that give meaning to a sentence.
:check: Near the school
:check: In the street
:check: Best friend
:pencil2: They differ from a sentence because they don´t have a complete idea .
:pencil2: Phrases can be just a word or many words.
:pencil2: Phrases do not contain the