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    Clause question

    Is the following sentence correct?

    This is a computer for educational purposes, not a computer for playing games.

    If it is, then what is the bolded part called gramatically?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Re: Clause question

    Quote Originally Posted by vcolts View Post
    Is the following sentence correct?

    This is a computer for educational purposes, not a computer for playing games.

    If it is, then what is the bolded part called gramatically?

    Thanks in advance.
    It's called a phrase.

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    Re: Clause question

    Quote Originally Posted by sash2008 View Post
    It's called a phrase.
    What kind of?


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    Re: Clause question

    nominal (apposed)

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