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I have been skiing all day.
I -- Subject
have been skiing all day -- Predicate (and Verb Phrase in the wider sense)
have been skiiing -- Verb Phrase (in the narrower sense)
all day -- Adverbial
Anonymous:These two terms fall into two different categories: predicate is a part of sentence and verb or verb phrase is a part of speech.
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