• Overview of Punjabi Grammar


A phrase is a group of two or more words grammatically linked with each other. Main difference between a phrase and a clause is that a phrase cannot simultaneously have both the subject and predicate or verb (though, some clauses and sentences may be formed of just a single verb phrase).

Punjabi phrases can be broadly classified into two types – nominal phrases (built using the words of various word classes like noun, pronoun, adjective etc.) and verb phrases (built using primarily the words of main verb and auxiliary verb word classes). Nominal phrases usually function as subject or object in sentences, and verb phrases function as verb in those sentences.
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