Adjective And Adjectival Phrase

Adjectival Phrase It is a phrase that does the work of an adjective in a sentence i.e. It qualifies or describes a noun or pronoun.   Examples The man with the red hair is my brother. (Prepositional Phrase /  an adjective phrase qualifying  man) The beautiful girl has been kidnapped  (Adjective  qualifying the noun “girl”) […]

Adjectival Phrase

It is a phrase that does the work of an adjective in a sentence i.e. It qualifies or describes a noun or pronoun.

 

Examples

The man with the red hair is my brother. (Prepositional Phrase /  an adjective phrase qualifying  man)

The beautiful girl has been kidnapped  (Adjective  qualifying the noun “girl”)

A person bringing  goods news is always welcome (Participial phrase  as adjective phrase qualifying  “man”)

He is a man of great wealth. (prepositional phrase as an adjective phrase qualifying man)

The woman  standing over there is our new principal .  (participial phrase as adjective phrase qualifying  woman)

The boy selling garri is my brother (Participial phrase as adjective phrase as  qualifying “boy”

We all admire a person of courage  (adjectival phrase)

I know a girl who has strange appetites.  (adjectival phrase qualifying the “girl”)

The student forgot to bring back the bag that I gave her. (Adjectival phrase qualifying  bag)

The coat  made of cotton  is very lovely (Adjectival phrase qualifying coat)

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