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UNIT 56. OTHER WAYS OF ADDING INFORMATION TO NOUN PHRASES (1)

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Transcript of UNIT 56. OTHER WAYS OF ADDING INFORMATION TO NOUN PHRASES (1)

UNIT 56. OTHER WAYS OF ADDING INFORMATION TO NOUN PHRASES (1): ADDITIONAL NOUN PHRASES, ETC.
the same person or thing
We sometimes
add information
about a person or thing referred to in one noun phrase by talking a bout
the same person or thing
in a different way in a folowing noun phrase.
What are the ways of adding information to Noun Phrases?
and

&

or
namely & that is
Participle clauses
non-defining relative clauses
In WRITING
In writing, the items are usually separated by a comma
in speech
in speech they are often separated by a
pause
or other intonation
break
.
Written and Spoken English.
Jimmy Fallon
,
the new video host of a world famous studio tour
,
the host of a late night
,
was introduced at the organisation.
an example,
However,
when the second item acts like a
defining relative clause
, when it is
usually a name
, there is usually
no

punctuation
in writing or in
intonation
break in speech:
,
My student
Gunay
does not ask quite a few questions in these days.
We can add information to a noun phrase with a conjunction such as
and
or
or
.
a conjunction
My dear student
and
gracious person Khayala Ismayilova could have written a good descriptive paragraph at writing lesson.

Means of information or Radio plays corresponding role between the government and the community.
For instance,
The adverb
namely
and the phrase
that is
are used to
add details
about a noun phrase.
Period end examination,
namely
proficiency exam provides short cut for the students who have sufficient competence on language.
D. We can also add information to a noun phrase using a participle clause beginning with an –
-ing
,
-ed
or
being+ -ed
verb form. These are often similar to
defining relative clauses
.
The subject
given
in the Summer School period has just been arranged.
Active Verb
Notice that –ing participle clauses correspond to defining relative clauses with an active verb
Passive Verb
ed or being+ -ed clauses correspond to defining relative clauses with a passive verb.
Active Verb & Passive Verb
The woman sleeping with pillow was snoring identical planes

The attack realized in USA could have been condemned by 1.st world countries officially.
To infinitive
We can also use a
to infinitive clause
, as in:
The organisation to help orphans attracted students attention.
Some more examples plz
The venture to give more example will be easily-remembered for Students of Grammar subject.
In written English, particularly in newspapers, -ing and –ed clauses are also used instead of non-defining relative clauses. These are usually written between commas or dashes (-):
The subsdiary account - checked by bank officials- can be cheerful opportunity for the education of low income family.
Thank u all...
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