ELA Noun and Verb Phrase Project

By Katie Moriarty

Noun Phrase

A Noun Phrase is a group of words put together that describe a person, place, thing, or idea.

Verb Phrase

A Verb Phrase is a group of words put together that describe an action.

Articles of the English Language

The articles of the English Language are a, an, and the. These articles help you know the definition of nouns.

Why is "I" a Pronoun?

"I" is a pronoun because "I" takes the place of the noun that's being used in the sentence.

For example: Katie is going on a walk : I am going on a walk.

Differences between a linking and an action Verb

You can differentiate between an action verb and a linking verb because a action verb will show the characters doings or actions in the sentence, but a linking verb will NOT show action. Instead it will link the verb and subject to other information in the sentence.
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Grammar Lesson 18.2: Action Verbs vs. Linking Verbs