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    Sentence analyse

    Hi

    I'm making a tree diagram out of this sentence:

    At exceedingly low prices

    Could AT be a head and EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICES be a Embedded Preposition phrase? If it is, what kind of function does the words in the last part have?
    Last edited by Brooke446; 08-Oct-2009 at 10:53.

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    Re: Sentence analyse

    Hello Brooke446

    Yes, it's a prepositional phrase, the head of which is at:

    Preposition: at
    Adverb: exceedingly
    Adjective: low
    Noun: prices

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