Guest:What is the difference in a phrase and a clause?
"I am eating in the kitchen" is a clause.
"In the kitchen" by itself is a prepositional phrase (a phrase formed from a preposition, in this case, "in."
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Anonymous:I want to know the difference between a phrase and a clause
GuestWhat is the difference in a phrase and a clause?In order for us to help you, you need to give us some examples so that we know you have put some effort into your own questions.
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You said I want to know the difference between a phrase and a clause.
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