Words and phrases
Academic integrity is a term used for the professional honesty that researchers and writers of scholarly texts are expected to demonstrate in their work.Together with such dependent elements, the major word classes form phrases. Thus, nouns and their dependents form noun phrases, verbs and their dependents form verb phrases, adjectives and their dependents form adjective phrases, and adverbs and their dependents form adverb phrases. Phrases, in this technical sense, can be understood as expansions, or projections, of a single word. Typically, therefore, in a sentence, a phrase may be replaced by a single word, without affecting the structure of the sentence. For example:
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(i) [All the peoplepresent] voted in favour of his proposal.
(ii) [The presenthead of department at SOL] is called Sanimir.