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    Default What part of speach is "sense of dread"

    "I felt a sense of dread."

    Would the phrase "sense of dread" be a noun all together?

    Would:
    sense = noun
    of = preposition
    dread = noun

    Not sure how this works. Thanks in advance for your help!

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    Default Re: What part of speach is "sense of dread"

    Quote Originally Posted by Amy
    "I felt a sense of dread."

    Would the phrase "sense of dread" be a noun all together?

    Would:
    sense = noun
    of = preposition
    dread = noun

    Not sure how this works. Thanks in advance for your help!
    I does work :wink: . There are three single words, just as you have stated. :wink:

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    A noun phrase???

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdol
    A noun phrase???


    Oh, no.... :)

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