Phrase | Verb | verbal phrase
A collection of words which may contain a noun, verb or an adjective but not having the subject doing something / may not be giving a sense. It’s Adjective will be Phrasal.
- The sun rises in the east.
- She wore a hat with blue trimming
- Holding the toy, the child slept.
A word which gives a sentence a complete meaning and a sense is called verb.
Combination of verb with Adverbs and preposition to make Phrasal Verbs or Phrase Verbs.
|I work out at the gym three times a week.|
|Hurry up! We are late.|
|When her father came, she passed away.|
Speak loudly and clearly
|Speak up! We can’t hear you.|
|I must have put out my shoulder when I played game.|
Go in the direction of
|Hurry up! Let’s make for home. It’s late.|
Look in on
To visit to check something
|We must look in on him to know if he is fine.|
|We are crying out for some help.|
Force entry to a building
|Somebody broke in last night and stole our stereo.|
Provide for a business purpose
|He put up all his money on risk.|
Get out of bed
|I got up early today to study for my exam.|
|Allow to enter||Can you let the cat in before you go to school?|