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First Year Composition

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  1. Nancy Nadel said:

    Your posts are always fun, Beth. I really like this.

    However, grammar nerds would say that some info is inaccurate. See “Plan to have kids” . “to have kids” is not a prepositional phrase as they suggest. It is part of the verb phrase or process as SFL would say. to have is the non-finite verb form . prepositional phrase is preposition+ determiner + noun.

    It is really cute though. I wanted to put it out there to you in case there is some other annoying person who catches it.


    • Nancy — you are absolutely correct. I changed that sentence at the last minute and swapped what was a prep phrase without changing the text. I meant to make a new jpeg of that slide but I didn’t. It’s on my to-do list now.

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