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Which term is used for a group of words that does not contain a verb or a subject and that acts as a single part of speech? A. adverb B. clause C. modifier D. phrase
Phrase is the term used for a group of words that does not contain a verb or a subject and that acts as a single part of speech.
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Phrase is the term used for a group of words that does not contain a verb or a subject and that acts as a single part of speech.
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Doctor Mary went to NewJersey, where she found a very good job in one of its famous hospitals. The subordinate clause is:
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