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Adjectival Prep Phrases vs. Adverbial Prep Phrases

Illustrates the difference between adjectival and adverbial prepositional phrases.
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Tonya Zitvogel

on 18 March 2013

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Transcript of Adjectival Prep Phrases vs. Adverbial Prep Phrases

Adjectival Prepositional Phrases
vs.
Adverbial Prepositional Phrases
What's the difference? What is an adverb? An adjectival phrase answers the same questions an adjective answers. Types of Prepositional Phrases What is an Adjective? a word that modifies or describes a noun a word that modifies a verb, an adjective, or another adverb An adverbial phrase answers the same questions that an adverb answers. What are the four adjective questions? 1. What kind?
2. Which one?
3. Whose?
4. How many?

What are the five adverb questions? 1. When?
2. Where?
3. To what extent?
4. How?
5. Not Example: Adjectival Prepositional Phrases We went to the ocean. (Where?)
After dinner we drove to the beach. (When?)

We chose the puppy with the white face. (Which one?)
I gave Jan jelly beans with red spots. (What kind?) Example: Adverbial Prepositional Phrases
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