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Prepositional Phrases. Adjective/Adverb Phrases. 1.Identify prepositional phrases in the following:. The girl in the class is happy. During break time, students played a lot. According to Ali, rules should be obeyed. In the park, there are a lot of toys. Adjective or Adverb?.

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    1. Prepositional Phrases Adjective/Adverb Phrases

    2. 1.Identify prepositional phrases in the following: • The girl in the class is happy. • During break time, students played a lot. • According to Ali, rules should be obeyed. • In the park, there are a lot of toys.

    3. Adjective or Adverb? • The beautiful girls are singing. • The girls are pretty. • They played skillfully. • The quiz was extremely hard. • They arrived early.

    4. Adjective or Adverb? • The beautiful girls are singing (adjective/describing the girls) • The girls are pretty (adjective/describing the girls) • They played(How?)skillfully. • (Adverb describing HOW they played) • The quiz was extremely(How hard?)hard. • (Adverb describing how hard) • They arrived(When?)early. • (Early is an adverb describing when they arrived) • They are too(To what extent?)scared. • (Too is an adverb describing to what extent they were scared)

    5. Adjective or Adverb??? • Adjectives describe nouns and pronouns. • Adverbs describe verbs(How?) They played skillfully. • Adverbs describe adjectives. They are very/too/happy. • Adverbs describe other adverbs. They play extremely well. • Adverbs describe the time. They arrived late. • Adverbs describe the place.

    6. How can we identify adverbs??? • We stop at the verb. • We ask the following questions: How-When-Where-To what extent The answers to these questions are ADVERBS. Example: He played well. He played extremely/very/too strong. He played in the park. He played late.

    7. Prepositional PhrasesAdjectives OR Adverbs? • The girls in the park are happy. • The paper under the table is torn. • The men in the green suits are handsome. • The boys sang in a beautiful way. • The streets are so crowded at night. • The kids played happily in the park.

    8. Prepositional PhrasesAdjectives OR Adverbs? • The girls in the park are happy. • The paper under the table is torn. • The men in the green suits are handsome. • The boys sang in a beautiful way. • The streets are so crowded at night. • The kids played happily in the park.

    9. Practice • Elements of Language • P.417/418/419

    10. What did we learn about adjective/adverb phrases?