anonymous
  • anonymous
Which term is used for a group of words that does not contain a verb or a subject and that acts as a single part of speech? adverb clause modifier phrase
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anonymous
  • anonymous
i think either modifier or clause
anonymous
  • anonymous
modifier is my pick since it is a word, especially an adjective or noun used attributively, that restricts or adds to the sense of a head noun.
anonymous
  • anonymous
In grammar, a clause is the smallest grammatical unit that can express a complete proposition. A typical clause consists of a subject and a predicate, where the predicate is typically a verb phrase – a verb together with any objects and other modifiers.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
THAT`S great explanation i understand the lesson now
anonymous
  • anonymous
An adverb describes a verb and a phrase has to have a subject, verb and object
anonymous
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okay thank you and ur welcome

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