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A djective and Adverbial Phrases (Continued)
Lesson 1-49
Prompt:Prepositional phrases serve as adjectives and adverbs.
Directions:Each sentence below contains a prepositional phrase. Do the following: 1) click to select the prepositional phrase in each sentence, and 2) click to select below each sentence whether the phrase in the prior sentence is an adjective phrase or an Adverbial phrase.
1.Do you walk in the woods?
2.(adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)
3.Between summer and winter, autumn happens.
4.(adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)
5.The red and gold leaves on the trees are falling.
6.(adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)
7.A carpet of leaves became our path.
8.(adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)
9.The wind among the trees rustled the leaves.
10.(adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)
11.The leaves crunch beneath our feet.
12.(adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)
13.The song of the wind serenades our walk.
14.(adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)
15.The fall colors are announcing a winter with ice and snow.
16.(adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)
17.During the winter, the snow covered the leaves.
18.(adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)
19.Underneath the snow, the leaves moldered.
20.(adjective phrase) (adverbial phrase)