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    Default Phrase and sentence

    What the difference between these words ?

    Phrase and Sentence.

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    Default Re: Phrase and sentence

    A phrase may consist of just a few words and may not be a complete sentence.

    "Onward and upward" is a phrase but not a complete sentence.

    "We must continue onward and upward" is a complete sentence.
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    Good explanation, Vicente.

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    Nicely explained. A phrase is not a complete sentence and without subject and predicate, while sentence is complete with both subject and predicate.

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