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Defining Absolute Phrases


An "absolute phrase" is a grammatically independent group of words that serves to modify or add information to an entire sentence. What is an absolute phrase usually made up of? More...
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Daily Grammar Lesson
Defining Absolute Phrases
An "absolute phrase" is a grammatically independent group of words that serves to modify or add information to an entire sentence.
KSPavan
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Daily Grammar Lesson
Defining Absolute Phrases
An "absolute phrase" is a grammatically independent group of words that serves to modify or add information to an entire sentence.
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