Descriptive Phrases?

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A descriptive phrase is a phrase that describes the person, place, thing, action that is happening, or scenery. Example of a descriptive phrase is 'as strong as an ox' or 'as sly as a fox'. These phrases help paint a picture for the reader.
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A descriptive phrase is added information to the subject, object, E.g. The girl ( subject) + who thought she was beautiful ( descriptive phrase) + verb.
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Here are 3 descriptive phrases: 1. as blind as a bat 2. as hard as nails
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Descriptive phrases are phrases that describe something. For instant; As poor as a churchmouse. As thin as a rail. As sly as a fox. As fat as a hog. As cozy as two peas in a pod.
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There are many possible phrases that could be used, with different phrases to describe the US and various countries in Europe. As some examples, we could use: Idealistic and pacificistic
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A descriptive phrase is a phrase that describes the person, place, thing, action that is happening, or scenery. Example of a descriptive phrase is 'as strong as an ox' or 'as sly as a fox'. These phrases help paint a picture for the reader.
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Descriptive words are phrases and words that modify the verbs and nouns. Descriptive words that start with letter Z are Zaftig, Zaniest, Zany, Zappy, Zazzy, Zealous ...
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