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He plunged into the water is this adjective phrase or adverb phrase and the question answered by the phrase? ​

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  • Réponse publiée par: kateclaire
    It is an adverb phrase

    Explanation:

    In the sentence He plunged into the water, the prepositional phrase into the water acts as an adverbial phrase modifying the act of plunging.

    Adverb phrases or adverbial phrases are phrases that modify a verb. The can either be a prepositional phrase, as with above or an infinitive phrase.

    Examples:

    Prepositional Phrase As Adverbial Phrase: The police arrived late at the scene of the crime.

    Infinitive Phrase as Adverbial Phrase: To track my calories burned, I use a certain app on my phone.

    Adjective phrases on the other hand, describe nouns or pronouns in a sentence.

    Examples:

    My  brother said the cost of the phone was too high.  

    A cat covered in slimy material makes the room stinky.

    For more information

    Adjective Phrases

    Adverbial Phrases:

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