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    Smile Types and Structure of Sentences

    Hello, please help.

    1. Is the sentence below considered as a simple sentence?
    2. Is the phrase 'with a bang' an adverbial phrase which takes up the function as an adverb
    that modifies the verb 'hit' ? Or it is a prepositional phrase ?

    The long eight-wheeled truck overturned unexpectedly and hit the wall with a bang and burned.

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    Re: Types and Structure of Sentences

    First, what are your thoughts?

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