Select noun phrase if the underlined group of words is a noun phrase. select not a noun phrase if the underlined group of

Select noun phrase if the underlined group of words is a noun phrase. select not a noun phrase if the underlined group of words is not a noun phrase

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  1. answer:   a good wench, give it me.

    iago

    good girl, give it to me.

    emilia

    what will you do with ’t, that you have been so earnest

    325to have me filch it?

    emilia

    and what are you going to do with it? why did you want it so much that you begged me to steal it?

    iago

      why, what is that to you?

    iago

    what’s it to you?

    emilia

    if it be not for some purpose of import,

    give ’t me again. poor lady, she’ll run mad

    when she shall lack it.

    emilia

    if you don’t need it for some important reason, then give it back to me. poor lady, she’ll go crazy when she sees it’s missing.

    iago

    be not acknown on ’t,

    330i have use for it. go, leave me.

    iago

    don’t admit to knowing anything about it. i need it. now go, leave me.

    exit emilia

    emilia exits.

    i will in cassio’s lodging lose this napkin

    and let him find it. trifles light as air

    are to the jealous confirmations strong

    as proofs of holy writ. this may do something.

    335the moor already changes with my poison.

    dangerous conceits are in their natures poisons

    which at the first are scarce found to distaste,

    but with a little act upon the blood

    burn like the mines of sulfur.

    i’ll leave this handkerchief at cassio’s house and let him find it.to a jealous man, a meaningless little thing like this looks like absolute proof. this handkerchief may be useful to me. the moor’s mind has already become infected with my poisonous suggestions. ideas can be like poisons. at first they hardly even taste bad, but once they get into your blood they start burning like hot lava.

    enter othello

    othello enters.

        i did say so.

    340look, where he comes. not poppy nor mandragora

    nor all the drowsy syrups of the world,

    shall ever medicine thee to that sweet sleep

    which thou owedst yesterday.

    here he comes. no drugs or sleeping pills will ever give you the restful sleep that you had last night.

    othello

        ha! ha! false to me?

    othello

    argh! she’s cheating on me?

    iago

    why, how now, general? no more of that.

    iago

    oh, general, , no more of that!

    explanation:

  2. A noun phrase consists of a noun and, many-a-times, the modifiers that distinguish it.   Modifiers might include adjective clauses, infinitives, prepositional phrases, and/or participle phrases.

    The  general functions related to noun phrases are mentioned below.

    As a subject;As a direct object;As an object of a preposition;As an indirect object.

    Anyhow, the answers are:

    1. (OF FLOWERS )

    Noun phrase- As a direct object.

    2. (THE PAINT ON THE WALLS OF THIS ROOM)

    Noun phrase- As a subject.

    3. (HIS LUNCH)

    Noun phrase- As a direct object.

    (WHILE YAWNING)

    -Not a noun Phrase, the bold word is a verb.

  3. 1. Noun Phrase

    2. Not a Noun Phrase

    3. Noun Phrase

    4. Not a Noun Phrase

    The underlined group of words in the first sentence “my grandmother” is a Noun Phrase which has the syntactic function of direct object. The underlined group of words in the second sentence “The team decided” is made up of a Noun Phrase, but it also includes the verb “decided”. The underlined group of words in the third sentence “Pizza with mushrooms and peppers” is a Noun Phrase which has the syntactic function of Subject. The underlined group of words in the fourth sentence “all around the school” is a prepositional phrase which has the syntactic function of adverbial of place.

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