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Noun phrases consist of nouns and words that describe them.
Noun phrases act as a noun in a sentence.
Noun phrases are always very long and are at least five words in length.
Which of these are purposes of noun phrases? (more than one answer)
They describe ideas clearly
They have no purpose at all
They show how an action occurs
They name ideas specifically
Which of these is a noun phrase in the sentence: “I still have the book that she gave me last week.”
still have the book
me last week
the book that she gave me
she gave me last
A noun phrase in "A horrifying report last week showed that dolphin numbers in the Indian Ocean have fallen by 87% since 1980" is:
have fallen by
A horrifying report
87% since 1980
in the Indian
The noun phrase in "Researchers have created a new cybersecurity defence approach" is
Researchers have created
A new cybersecurity defence approach
created a new cybersecurity
"Government employees in Abu Dhabi will now have access to the ‘remote work’ system." The noun phrases are: (more than one answer)
Government employees in Abu Dhabi
The 'remote work' system
in Abu Dhabi will now have access
to the 'remote work system'