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2015-01-01T20:22:27+05:30
Adverb phrases-
Study the following sentence carefully:
1(a).Rama ran quickly.
  (b)Rama ran with great speed.
the group of words with great speed tells us how Rama ran. It modifies the verb ran just as the adverb quickly does. It therefore does the work of an adverb and is called an adverb phrase.
Def.-An Adverb phrase is a group of words that does the work of an adverb.
noun phrases-
Examine the following sentences-
1.The boy wants something.
2.The boy wants to go home.
The word something is a Noun and is the Object of the verb wants,in sentence 1.
Similarly the group of words to go home,is the Object of the verb wants, in sentence 2. Hence, this group of words do the work of a noun.The group of words, want to go home, is therefore a NOUN PHRASE.
def.-A Noun phrase is group of words that does the work of a noun.
adverb clauses-An adverb Clause is a group of words which contains a subject and a predicate verb of its own, and does the work of an adverb.
def.-A Noun Clause is a group of words which has a subject and a predicate verb of its own, and does the work of a noun.

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srry, I can't give the examples for clauses