phrase和clause的分別

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可否有些例句說明

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  • 最主要的分別是:

    phrase 沒有動詞

    clause 有動詞

    例句:

    A phrase is a group of words which acts as a single unit in meaning and in grammar, and is not built round a verb, for example:

    (1) the lovely girl (noun phrase)

    (2) behind the door; in the river (prepositional phrase)

    (3) good at English (adjectival phrase)

    (4) very quickly (adverbial phrase)

    A clause is a group of words which acts as a single unit and is built round a verb, for example:

    (1) He lives in America. (main clause)

    (2) Why she bought it is a great mystery to us all. (noun clause)

    (3) She seems to be pleased with it. (noun phrase)

    (4) I suggest going to Shatin. (noun phrase)

    (5) The shop where I work is closing. (relative clause)

    (6) They arrived before it started raining. (adverbial clause)

    2011-07-30 23:47:01 補充:

    Dictionary:

    build something around something (usually passive)

    – to create something, using something else as a basis 在…基礎上創作

    Example:

    The story is built around a group of high school dropouts. 故事圍繞着一群輟學的中學生展開。

    2011-07-30 23:54:32 補充:

    a clause is built around a verb

    意思指 子句以動詞為中心而組成

    2011-07-31 00:00:39 補充:

    Tpyo 文稿小錯誤

    to be pleased with it. (noun phrase) 應該是 (noun clause)

    going to Shatin. (noun phrase) 應該是 (noun clause)

    Sorry!

  • 主要分別

    phrase冇verb

    clause有verb

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