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Add two beaten eggs to the mixture. ] 3. They need two signed copies of the contract. 4. Have you found the lost remote control yet? 5. What is a “running foot” anyway? 6. One excited little girl could hardly stand still. 7. Exhausted, she stumbled across the finish line. 8. A folding chair sat beside the door. 9. Ten dripping shirts hung from the line. 10. Carved stones lined the garden bed. qxd 4/27/07 2:43 AM Page 42 NAME CLASS for CHAPTER 5: THE PHRASE pages 144=146 DATE continued Participial Phrases 5f.
Matzo is a bread that is made without yeast. [The preposition is without. ] 1. Landscapes and mountain scenes like these are especially beautiful. [Which word is a preposition? ] Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. 2. One of the boys spoke French. 3. Wow! They play well for beginners. 4. White, wispy clouds danced in the sky. 5. Under the bed was my old journal. Adjective Phrases An adjective phrase is a prepositional phrase that modifies a noun or a pronoun. An adjective phrase answers the same questions that an adjective answers: What kind?
18. The flowers were both beautiful and fragrant. 19. Will the test tomorrow be easy or hard? 20. To the people on shore, the waves looked calm. qxd 4/27/07 2:43 AM Page 37 NAME CLASS for CHAPTER 5: THE PHRASE DATE page 135 The Phrase 5a. A phrase is a group of related words that is used as a single part of speech. A phrase does not contain both a subject and a verb. ] INFINITIVE PHRASE to travel to India [This phrase has no subject or verb. ] REMINDER Phrases act the same way that single words do within sentences.