Intermediate Cozy English Grammar Course
Level 2

Lesson 8: Noun Phrases (4:42)

Lesson 8 Noun Phrases

"Noun phrases do the work of nouns.  A noun phrase consists of: first, a preposition and its object; second, an infinitive and its object or complement; and third, a gerund and its object or complement."   

 

There is a bona fide Pacific Northwest south easter blowing.  Marie is delighted to have a front row seat to all the action.  She enthusiastically presents examples of the following: a noun prepositional phrase as the subject of the verb; a noun infinitive phrase as the subject of the verb; a noun infinitive phrase as the object of the verb; a noun gerund phrase as the subject of the verb; and,  a noun gerund phrase as the object of the verb.

Featured Music:
Mendelssohn - Song Without Words Op.19 No.3
Mendelssohn - Song Without Words Op.38 No.6

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