Notes On Complex to Compound Sentences - Conversion - CBSE Class 10 English Grammar
Adjective phrases are groups of words acting as an adjective without a subject and verb. They consist of a main adjective with supporting words.

Examples:
Sunitha is really clever.
The director is very late.
My brother is fond of animals.
He  lost his dark blue briefcase.



Summary

Adjective phrases are groups of words acting as an adjective without a subject and verb. They consist of a main adjective with supporting words.

Examples:
Sunitha is really clever.
The director is very late.
My brother is fond of animals.
He  lost his dark blue briefcase.



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