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The children were laughing at the joke. This sentence contains a/anMarks:1
A prepositional phrase is a group of words that begins with a preposition and ends with a noun or a pronoun. Here, the prepositional phrase is ‘at the joke’.
Sasha offered me a cup full of coffee. This sentence containsMarks:1
an adjective phrase.
In this sentence, the adjective phrase ‘full of coffee’ qualifies the noun ‘cup’.
It has been raining since morning. The underlined phrase is a/anMarks:1
When you have a helping verb along with a main verb ‘rain’, all of those verbs together make a verb phrase.
Fill in the blanks with a suitable phrase each to make meaningful sentences.
1. The old man _________ is my grandpa.
2. She gifted me _________.
3. An injured lady _________ was shouting for help.
4. The mother sat _________.
5. Jerry ______ lunch.Marks:5
1. wearing a hat
2. a beautiful golden hair band
3. on the middle of the road
4. beside her ailing son
5. is eating
Identify the phrases and write their type in the following sentences.
1. He gave me a bowl full of rice.
2. The teacher praised the student securing first rank.
3. The students were making a lot of noise.
4. The teacher has given a project to us.
5. He jumped over the electrified fence.Marks:5
1. He gave me a bowl full of rice. (adjective phrase)
2. The teacher praised the student securing first rank. (noun phrase)
3. The students were making a lot of noise. (prepositional phrase)
4. The teacher has given us a project to do. (verb phrase)
5. He jumped over the electrified fence. (noun phrase)