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  • one year ago

Which kind of phrase are the underlined words in the sentence? The two stray dogs lived beside a stream for months. A. appositive phrase B. adjective phrase C. adverb phrase

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  1. anonymous
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    Underlined?

  2. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    beside a stream

  3. BishopPatton
    • one year ago
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    C

  4. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    zed is that nicklos cage as ur profile pic?

  5. anonymous
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    No it's me. And this question is weird. It seems to me like a prepositional phrase -.-

  6. anonymous
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    you look liek nokalis cage lol

  7. BishopPatton
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    It is an adverb phrase i think.

  8. anonymous
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    ok ima role with the bishops ancer

  9. anonymous
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    Well it doesn't have an adverb anywhere in the sentence, which is what throws me off.

  10. BishopPatton
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    ok... It has to be adverb looking at the other choices

  11. anonymous
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    But wouldn't an adverb phrase actually require an adverb

  12. BishopPatton
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    Yes... But it definitely is not an appositive phrase

  13. BishopPatton
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    How many more

  14. anonymous
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    4

  15. BishopPatton
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    ok... lets keep going

  16. anonymous
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    Js for this question, I'd go with adjective. Only because it can't be appositive and there literally is no adverb

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