Is the underlined phrase an adjective phrase or an adverb phrase? Deep in the forest, a fox hunts a mouse to eat. A. Adjective Phrase B.Adverb Phrase

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Is the underlined phrase an adjective phrase or an adverb phrase? Deep in the forest, a fox hunts a mouse to eat. A. Adjective Phrase B.Adverb Phrase

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Which is the underlined phrase, though? Deep in the forest, or a fox hunts a mouse to eat?
In the forest
Neither

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Okay, just a second :)
How come neither
I thought that it is adjective phrase
"In the forest " only when used together it describes the state of noun
but any single unit of word from the phrase does not belong to adjectives
But not completely sure
only, if together used does it remain to be an adjective phrase.
So it is adverb phrase ?
yeah
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