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    Default Re: Grammatical Structures.

    Grammatical structures are the ways in which we assemble utterances. Here is a list of some of them from an on-line source:


    Present Participial Phrase
    Past Participial Phrase
    Gerund Phrase
    Prepositional Phrase
    Adjective Infinitive Phrase
    Adverb Infinitive Phrase
    Noun Infinitive Phrase
    Absolute Phrase
    Appositive Phrase
    Independent Clauses
    Adjective Subordinate Clause
    Adverb Subordinate Clause
    Noun Subordinate Clause
    Parts of Speech
    Voice
    Aspect
    etc

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