Is the underlined phrase an adjective phrase or an adverb phrase?
The true king of the beasts is the elephant.
I think B because the underlined worlds are 'of the beasts' if it was underlined with king of the beasts, i would think differently. Am i correct?
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Since there is nothing related to being a verb in that phrase.
but it's describing king to an extant
it's definitely an adjective phrase :) However, and for the sake of grammatical accuracy, it's a prepositional phrase, but I guess that's of no use to you if your professor or the book do not get into the very specifics lol
What do you think @Christian_10_
she's offline. cx
it says on mine that she is online
she wasn't a few seconds ago lol
now it says she is offline
just choose what you want and we will see who was right later
:/ aw, okay. I really dont want to get these problems wrong but ok.
I am almost positive because it has nothing to do with a verb and i just looked it up 2 seconds ago and all the answers said Adjective Phrase