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    Exclamation Quick Qs according to prepositional phrases.

    Hello



    I live in Jordan
    I: Subject.
    Live: verb
    In Jordan: Prepositional phrase, where "In" is the preposition and "Jordan" is the object of the proposition, and the whole prepositional phrase functions as an adjective.


    The boat has sunk

    The boat: Subject.

    Questions:
    1- In the example of Jordan is the prepositional functions as an adjective?
    2- Does " Has sunk" function as prepositional phrase?? explain please.

    Thank you so much

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    Re: Quick Qs according to prepositional phrases.

    1. No, as an adverbial.

    2. No! It is a verb phrase.

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