Prepositional Phrases Used as Adjectives and Adverbs
6th - 7th
In this adjective and adverb phrase worksheet, students review the definitions for adjective and adverb phrases. In this first set of sentences, students underline the adjective phrase and write the word it modifies. In the second set, students underline the adverb phrase and write the modified words on the line. In the third set, students underline each prepositional phrase and circle ADJ for adjective phrases or ADV for adverb phrases.
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