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P repositional Phrases as Adjectives (Continued)
 
Lesson 1-44
Prompt:Just like one-word adjectives, prepositional phrases modify nouns and pronouns. Adjective prepositional phrases usually follow the word the phrase modifies.
Directions:Each sentence below is presented twice. Follow the directions for each sentence.
1.Click to select the prepositional phrase:
The bungalow across the street is mine.
2.Click to select the noun modified:
The bungalow across the street is mine.
3.Click to select the prepositional phrase:
The senior class in our school is large.
4.Click to select the noun modified:
The senior class in our school is large.
5.Click to select the prepositional phrase:
Students from many schools attended.
6.Click to select the noun modified:
Students from many schools attended.
7.Click to select the prepositional phrase:
The surf along the beach is pounding.
8.Click to select the noun modified:
The surf along the beach is pounding.
9.Click to select the prepositional phrase:
The student on horseback is Erin.
10.Click to select the noun modified:
The student on horseback is Erin.
11.Click to select the prepositional phrase:
Trees near the park were colorful.
12.Click to select the noun modified:
Trees near the park were colorful.
13.Click to select the prepositional phrase:
Students from my class are coming.
14.Click to select the noun modified:
Students from my class are coming.
15.Click to select the prepositional phrase:
This job is beneath my dignity.
16.Click to select the noun modified:
This job is beneath my dignity.
17.Click to select the prepositional phrase:
Visit the museum next to the park.
18.Click to select the noun modified:
Visit the museum next to the park.
19.Click to select the prepositional phrase:
Clouds above the mountain were dark.
20.Click to select the noun modified:
Clouds above the mountain were dark.