PREPOSITIONAL PHRASES. ADJECTIVE PHRASE. Modifies a noun or pronoun in a sentence that is not in its own prepositional phrase. ADJECTIVE PHRASE. Answers one of the following questions: What kind? Which one? How many? How much?. ADVERB PHRASE.
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ADJECTIVE PHRASE • Modifies a noun or pronoun in a sentence that is not in its own prepositional phrase.
ADJECTIVE PHRASE • Answers one of the following questions: • What kind? • Which one? • How many? • How much?
ADVERB PHRASE • Modifies a verb, adjective or adverb in a sentence that is not in its own prepositional phrase.
PREPOSITIONAL PHRASES • Prepositions begin prepositional phrases. • The phrase ends with a noun called the object of the preposition. • The phrase shows a relationship between a noun or pronoun and some other word in the sentence. • Prepositional Phrases add detail to a sentence.
ADVERB PHRASE • Answers one of the following questions: • How? • When? • Where? • Why? • How long? • How often?
What is in a Prepositional Phrase: • Preposition/ Compound Preposition • Modifiers (a, an, the or adjectives) • Object of the Preposition (noun or pronoun) • Conjunction (usually and/or)
What is not in a Prepositional Phrase: • Simple Subject • Simple Predicate • Direct Object • Indirect Object • Predicate Nominative • Predicate Adjective