Verb Phrase and Adverbial Phrase
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Verb Phrase and Adverbial Phrase
Verb Phrases
A verb phrase consists of a verb and all its modifiers.
Example:
  •  Hari is waiting for the rain to stop.
  • She might enjoy an ice – cream.
  • They  are eager to go to the party.
 
An adverbial phrase is a group of words that act together as an adverb, giving more information about a verb, adjective, or other adverb in a sentence.
  • Meera would always talk with a nationalistic tone.
  • Radha sings in a low register.
  • He sits like a monk meditates.

SUMMARY

Verb Phrases
A verb phrase consists of a verb and all its modifiers.
Example:
  •  Hari is waiting for the rain to stop.
  • She might enjoy an ice – cream.
  • They  are eager to go to the party.
 
An adverbial phrase is a group of words that act together as an adverb, giving more information about a verb, adjective, or other adverb in a sentence.
  • Meera would always talk with a nationalistic tone.
  • Radha sings in a low register.
  • He sits like a monk meditates.

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