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Learning Log In class week 13

                   Leraning Log In Class Week 13
                       [28 January 2011]
     Today The teacher teaches about learning of the world such as newspsper, book, magazine, TV cte. for evaluation and develop ourself and noun phrase.
Noun Phrase
Example in classroom
1.My mother is a teacher.
2.The government has planned to dissolve the parliament.
3.The palace was built in 1912.
4.That house looks so big.
5.My brother really like the thick colourful fairy tale book with lots of beautiful picture that Mom bought him.
Leraning Log Out Class
The Function Of Phrases
Verb Phrases
A verb phrase consists of a verb, its direct and/or indirect objects, and any adverb, adverb phrases, or adverb clauses which happen to modify it.
The predicate of a clause or sentence is always a verb phrase:
1.After she had learned to drive, Alice felt more independent.
2.We will meet at the library at 3:30 p.m.
Noun Phrases
A noun phrase consists of a pronoun or noun with any associated modifiers, including adjectives, adjective phrases, adjective clauses, and other nouns in the possessive case.
Like a noun, a noun phrase can act as a subject, as the object of a verb or verbal, as a subject or object complement, or as the object of a preposition, as in the following examples:
subject
Small children often insist that they can do it by themselves.
object of a verb
To read quickly and accurately is Eugene's goal.
object of a preposition
The arctic explorers were caught unawares by the spring breakup.
subject complement
Frankenstein is the name of the scientist not the monster.
object complement
I consider Loki my favorite cat.
Adjective Phrases
An
adjective phrase is any phrase which modifies a noun or pronoun. You often construct adjective phrases using participles or prepositions together with their objects:
 EX: I was driven mad by the sound of my neighbour's constant piano practising.
Adverb Phrases
A prepositional phrase can also be an adverb phrase, functioning as an adverb, as in the following sentences.
EX: She bought some spinach when she went to the corner store. Source: http://www.writingcentre.uottawa.ca/hypergrammar/phrfunc.html

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