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UNIT 57. OTHER WAYS OF ADDING INFORMATION TO NOUN PHRASES (2)

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UNIT 57. OTHER WAYS OF ADDING INFORMATION TO NOUN PHRASES (2)
Prepositional Phrase
We commonly add information about a thing or person using a
Prepositional Phrase.
It has a meaning similar to a
relative clause
.
In Academic Writing
a series of prepositional phrases and relative clauses is often used to add information about a previous noun phrase.
Ambiguity and a series of prepositional phrase
Notice that adding a series of prepositional phrases can often lead to ambiguity.
Participle clauses & Noun phrases
To add information to the
preceding
noun phrase
participle clauses and noun clauses
can also be used in a series of clauses or phrases.
It is my son in law
with the tattooed
body.
Yeah! Father in low is right. I am his son in law who
has tattooed
body.
We generally use prepositional phrases as
corresponding
relative clause.
these prepostional phrases do not have a corresponding relative clause.
HOWEVER,
by, under, with
of, in
I should have saved the lists of what I collected.
in NON-DEFINING RELATIVE CLAUSES (be prep or have)
* We often prefer
a relative clause
rather than a
prepositional phrase
in NON-DEFINING RELATIVE CLAUSES with
be preposition
or with
have
as a main verb.
Tunzale Aliyeva, who has no desire to be fit, eats whatever she finds.
Tunzale Aliyeva, with no desire to be fit, eats whatever she finds.
rather than
defining
non-defining
Noun...with...who
Noun...in...who
Bus drivers
at 135 numbered bus line service

who have smoked while driving
do not care about the traffic rules.
Bus drivers
at 135 numbered bus line service

who have smoked while driving
Sivas Kangali
was one of a few dog types
fed in Turkiye

with dark black nose.
preceding noun
Jimmy Fallo
n
,
the new video host of a world famous studio tour
,

the host of a late night
,
was introduced at the organisation.
preceding noun
noun phrase
noun phrase
participle clauses
The protesters objected the rising value of dollar in Azerbaijan.
The protesters objected the rising value of dollar in Azerbaijan.
The protesters objected the rising value of dollar in Azerbaijan.
The protesters objected the rising value of dollar in Azerbaijan.
The protesters objected the rising value of
dollar

used
in Azerbaijan.
The
protesters

in Azerbaijan
objected the rising value of dollar .
Thank u for your attention...
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