Parts of Speech?
By - truantmind
"comfort" is actually the noun. "All-day," in this case, is a phrasal adjective.
("comfort**able**" would be an adjective)
Ohh alright. Thanks. Makes sense. And which part of speech would ‘with linen’ be? I thought it would be a noun but since comfort is the noun what is ‘with linen?’ Sorry, English is not my first language so I’m a little confused.
No problem at all! I'm a language student myself (Spanish/Chinese), so I know how tricky grammar can be in other languages.
The sentence breaks down like this:
*all-day* (which should be connected by a hyphen "-"): adjective
*linen*: noun (in this case, the object of the preposition)
*with linen* together is a prepositional phrase
*All-day comfort with linen* is just a phrase, not a sentence, so the whole thing could do the job of a noun as either a subject or object.
*Our clothing brand offers* ***all-day comfort with linen****.*
*All-day comfort with linen* is the goal of our brand.
(That second sentence looks a little awkward, but it's grammatically correct.) Where did you find this phrase?
Thank you so much :) I saw it as a tag line at one of stores in the mall so it got me thinking. Thank you so much. This is of great help.