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prepositional phrases as adjectives and adverbs

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adjective
Prepositional phrase acting like an adjective or adverb?
The boxes under the bed contain family photos.
adjective
Prepositional phrase acting like an adjective or adverb?
The store around the corner is no longer open.
adjective
Prepositional phrase acting like an adjective or adverb?
She saved the letter from the university.
adjective
Prepositional phrase acting like an adjective or adverb?
I chose the dress with the red belt.
adjective
Prepositional phrase acting like an adjective or adverb?
The poem about freedom is my favorite.
adverb
Prepositional phrase acting like an adjective or adverb?
She hid the letters behind the shelves.
adverb
Prepositional phrase acting like an adjective or adverb?
The quartet will perform in front of the curtain.
adverb
Prepositional phrase acting like an adjective or adverb?
Their flight should arrive before noon.
adverb
Prepositional phrase acting like an adjective or adverb?
We had lunch and napped on top of the roof.
adverb
Prepositional phrase acting like an adjective or adverb?
The game was postponed because of rain.