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패턴 연습 English Stencens forms

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A group of words that does the work of an adjective is called an Adjective Phrase. Thus Adjective Phrase describes person or thing.
Examples –
Adjective Phrase – A bag made of leather [Adjective – leather bag]
Adjective Phrase – A kid with a good health [Adjective – healthy kid]
Adjective Phrase – A student with high intelligence [Adjective – intelligent student]
Adjective Phrase – A wire with a bend on it [Adjective – bent wire]
Adverb Phrase –
A group of words that does the work of an adverb is called an Adverb Phrase. Thus Adverb Phrase describes adjective, phrase or anther adverb.
Examples –
Adverb Phrase – At That Place [Adverb – There]
Adverb Phrase – At This Place [Adverb – Here]
Adverb Phrase – In a comfortable manner [Adverb – comfortably]
Adverb Phrase – In a suitable manner [Adverb – suitably]
Adverb Phrase – In an efficient manner [Adverb – efficiently]
Adverb Phrase – In an impatient manner [Adverb – impatiently]
Noun Phrase –
A group of words that does the work of a noun is called a Noun Phrase. Thus Noun Phrase does the work as a subject, an object, a complement or as the object of the preposition.
Examples –
Noun Phrase – President of the country [Noun – President]
Noun Phrase – Monitor of the class [Noun – Monitor]
CLAUSE
A Group Of Words Which Forms Part Of Sentence, And Contains A Subject And A Predicate Is Called A Clause
Clauses May Be Classified as follows –
Adjective Clause –
An Adjective Clause is a group of words which contains a Subject and Predicate of its own, and does the work of an Adjective.
Example –
They live in a house which has three stories
Adverb Clause –