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Can "phrase" be defined only as some mixed words without the form of "Subject+Verb"? "Clause" means "Subject+Verb" form, so "clause" sounds bigger and broader than "Phrase". Unlike what I know, does "phrase" contain clauses and sentences as well or does it depend on various definitions like in a dictionary?
Advertising is a form of communication * used to persuade an audience to take some .....How does it build the brand, trigger emotion, get people to take action, or plant a belief in the minds of buyers? One of the most effective ways is to use ‘advertising slogans.’
They are short, often memorable advertising phrases to draw attention to a product. They persuade consumers to buy something. Such slogans as ‘Smart Drivers’ Smart Choice’ convinces the customer that buying a smart car will make them smart. Besides slogans, advertisers use different advertising techniques to make their promotion more appealing.
Can a bible sentence like "Love your neighbors", which is a complete sentence, called a phrases? Can some sentences like biblical words, idoms, proverbs be called phrase?