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The grammatical arrangement of words in sentences Phrase Structure Rule is a way to describe a given language s syntax
PHRASE STRUCTURE RULE
A sentence can be divided into 2 categories:
1. PHRASAL CATEGORY 2. LEXICAL CATEGORY Phrasal categories (Noun phrase, verb phrase, prepositional phrase) Lexical categories (Part of speech)
PHRASE STRUCTURE CONSIST OF ..
Noun phrase Verb phrase Prepositional phrase Adverbial phrase Adjective phrase
A noun phrase (NP) is a phrase whose head in a NOUN or a PRONOUN, optionally accompanied by a modifier set. Noun phrase could stand with only one word (single noun). Also, could consist of determiner, adjective and noun.
RAFIQ read the book. (SINGLE NOUN) THE BOY read the book. (DET,NOUN) THE NERD BOY read the book.
A verb phrase provides information about the subject of the sentence. In linguistics, a (VP) is a syntactic structure composed of the predicative elements of a sentence and its function is to provide information about the subject of the sentence.
Verb phrase started with a VERB.
At the minimum, a prepositional phrase will begin with a preposition and end with a noun,pronoun, gerund, or clause, the "object" of the preposition.
- She is running from home Prep
An adverbial phrase (AdvP) is a linguistic term for a group of two or more words operating adverbially. Example very carefully (AdvP)
Adv Adv Adverbial phrase consist of adverb intensifying another
An adjectival phrase or adjective phrase is a group of words in a sentence that functions in the same way a lone adjective would. - the (very delicate) orchid (NP) Adv Phrase) Adj (Adjective
PHRASE STRUCTURE TREE
The young man picked the best bloom very carefully from the very delicate orchid.