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Just wondering in "communicating directly with people" what term is "with people"? Is it a prepositional noun phrase? Also, what would the whole term be? With Verb Phrase + ? =
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Just wondering in "communicating directly with people" what term is "with people"? Is it a prepositional noun phrase? Also, what would the whole term be? With Verb Phrase + ? =
Yeah it's a prepositional phrase that modifies the verb, 'communicating'.
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Yeah it's a prepositional phrase that modifies the verb, 'communicating'.
Thankyou! So is "the balance" in "restoring the balance" one too? And what would the whole phrase be?


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Thankyou! So is "the balance" in "restoring the balance" one too? And what would the whole phrase be?


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No, 'the balance' isn't a prepositional phrase. The preposition was 'with'. 'Restoring the balance' could be a gerund phrase, depending on the context.
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No, 'the balance' isn't a prepositional phrase. The preposition was 'with'. 'Restoring the balance' could be a gerund phrase, depending on the context.
Ah right Thankyou, so what would 'the balance' be?


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Ah right Thankyou, so what would 'the balance' be?


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A noun phrase. Why do you need so much detail? Seems like a lot.
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A noun phrase. Why do you need so much detail? Seems like a lot.
It's an A2 English Language Investigation so needs to be correct, thanks for your help,


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