Which sentence contains a verbal phrase acting as a noun?
The answer is B on e2020
a and c are the correct answers for edge2020
D). My objective was writing an eloquent speech.
Verbal phrase is defined as the phrase that consists of an auxiliary or helping verb followed by the main verb along with a direct or indirect object dependent on the verb. Such phrases primarily function either as an adverb or as an adjective in the sentence.
In the given question, option D i.e. 'My objective was writing an eloquent speech' employs a verbal phrase 'was writing an eloquent speech' as it involves an auxiliary verb 'was' which precedes the main verb 'writing' along with the direct object 'an eloquent speech'. Thus, it justifies the above claim and hence, option D is the correct answer.
Giving a presentation in front of my class, I suddenly developed severe stage fright.
The answer to your question would be that the sentence that contains a verbal phrase acting as a noun is the following one: My objective was writing an eloquent speech.
In this case, the verbal phrase "writing an eloquent speech" is a gerund that acts as the subject complement. A subject complement is the adjective, noun, or pronoun that follows a linking verb.
the correct option from given below is portion 4
The sentence that contains a verbal phrase acting as a noun is:
Skilled as a baker
Two understand this we need to remember that verbal phrases are sentences that talk time and action. Also, use different verbs, one as a direct object and other as an indirect object. In our case, the correct sentence is Skilled as a baker because it speaks time and action, as well as using two verbs: one as a direct object and one as indirect.
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