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  • 1. Prepositional Phrases Adjective and Adverb Phrases
  • 2. Adjective Phrases
    • Describe a noun or pronoun
    • Answer the questions
    • “ which one?”
    • “ what kind?”
    • “ how many?”
  • 3. Adjective Phrase Examples
    • The man (with the beard) is my dad. (bearded man)
    • Winds (in March) often disturb me. (March winds)
    • I bought a chest (for tools).
    • (tool chest)
  • 4. Adverb Phrases
    • Modify verbs , adjectives , or adverbs
    • Answer:
        • how, when, where, why, or to what extent
  • 5. Adverb Phrase Examples
    • She overcame evil (with kindness). (how)
    • I jumped (into the water). (where)
    • (For many years) I was afraid to talk. (how long, extent)
  • 6. Adverb Phrase Examples
    • We collapsed (from exhaustion). (why)
          • (During the summer) the rainfall is heavy. (when)
  • 7. Position Rules “Automatics”
    • Phrase that begins a sentence (introductory phrase) =
    • Automatically adverb
    • Phrase follows the subject =
    • Automatically adjective
    • Phrase follows the verb, an adjective, or an adverb =
    • Automatically adverb
  • 8. Hints
    • Adverb phrases that modify verbs can be moved to the beginning or end of the sentence.
    • Adjective phrases can NEVER be moved.
  • 9. Practice…
    • The book on the table in the English classroom is Barbara's book.
    • The roads of ancient Rome connected the cities of the empire.
    • The boys jumped quickly over the wall .
    • The pirate map was hidden underneath a big rock .
    • In the morning I will come for the plans.
    • Everyone in the class finished the test at the same time.
  • 10. Adjective / Adverb
    • The book on the table in the English classroom is Barbara's book.
    • The roads of ancient Rome connected the cities of the empire .
    • The boys jumped quickly over the wall .
    • The pirate map was hidden underneath a big rock.
    • In the morning I will come for the plans .
    • Everyone in the class finished the test at the same time.