Sentence Diagramming Lesson Three: Prepositional phrases and adverbs
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Adverbs modify verbs, adjectives, or other adverbs. An adverb is one word that answers "where? when? or how? "when modifying a verb. It is one word that answers "to what extent?" when modifying an adjective or adverb. Prepositional phrases begin with a preposition and end with a noun or pronoun. ‐‐they act as either adjectives or adverbs
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da n prep da adj n v pro n adv
The teacher in the next room admonished her students quietly.
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da adj n prep da n v adv adj
The large cabinet in the kitchen was too cumbersome.
Note: This sentence has a linking verb and a subject complement (predicate adjective).
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n adv v ia adj n prep da n
Irene luckily salvaged a few pictures from the debris.
n v adv prep da n
Adrienne sighed heavily after the test.
lu ck ily
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da n prep da n v adv
The babies in the nursery cried loudly.
da adj n v prep da n
The fierce tigers roared at the tourists.
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