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I hope you can help me, I am learning the language and grammar system and am confused with the following from a piece of text:
Since then, the intrepid traveller has cycled through 37 countries: has cycled
two of them (bikes) were stolen: we're stolen
flying is the easiest way to see the world: the easiest
He set off on a tour: set off
A, what are the specific phonological problem and solution with these sentences?
B, what is the form and the name for these sentences?
Lexical items:intrepid / set off
what is the word class of these? what is the specific and phonological problem and solution?
, intrepid? Is it an Adjective? set off? Is it phrasal verb? Not sure what the phonological problem and solution is?..
It would really help me with my understanding if you could explain this for me.
Many thanks to anyone who can help.
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