What is a noun phrase in linguistics? Can it be a single pronoun? Can it be a noun preceded by an article and an adjective?

1 Answer

Answer:

A noun phrase is any word or group of words based on a noun or pronoun (without a verb) that can function as a unit in a sentence.

Explanation:

A noun phrase can be one word or many words.
A noun phrase can include an article or an adjective.

Examples:
She is nice.
She is my friend.
The board meeting is at two.
I'll be at the board meeting from two to four.
I brought some of my mother's homemade cookies.
My mother's homemade cookies are very popular.