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Adverb and Adjective Prepositional Phrases

learn the difference between adverb and adjective phrases
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adverb
The carpenter hit the nail with a hammer.
adjective
There were strange green creatures with bobbing heads.
adjective
The woman who lives next door is a doctor.
adverb
We must finish our project before the holidays.
adverb
Jodie buys two CDs every month.
adverb
Jack bought the flowers for his mother.
adjective
I like that lovely old pub by the bridge over the river.
adjective
He was angered when he wrecked his car into the sign.
adverb
Bella grabs a sandwich for her husband.
adjective
She is happy when she correctly predicts a plot twist in her favorite book.
adjective
The manager with the pink slips terrorized the employees.
adjective
The baker with the large cake almost slipped and fell.
adverb
You can learn these phrases for yourself.
adverb
She can help that old lady across the street.
adjective
The DJ with the cool mixes rocked the party.
adverb
I'm saving my money to buy a car.
adjective
The price of the promotion was much too steep.
adverb
The students all showed up to support the team.
adjective
Something in the corner of the desk was moving.
adverb
The salesperson skimmed over the product's real cost.
adjective
I saw that book in the library.
adjective
Sally brought a painting home from school to show to her mother.
adverb
The boss was thrilled at their attitude.
adverb
The rock climbers arrived late at night.
adverb
Greyhounds run with great speed.