pinkcandyrosez882
  • pinkcandyrosez882
Will medal! :) Which words make up the adjective phrase in this sentence? Please give me a well-done hamburger without cheese. A. a well-done hamburger B. Please give me C. without cheese D. hamburger without I think it's C. Please explain if possible your answer :)
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nevermind_justschool
  • nevermind_justschool
I think your right, because when we talk about adjective phrases, it has to modify the noun... So I think that C. is the right answer.
pinkcandyrosez882
  • pinkcandyrosez882
Awesome thanks!
saucvi
  • saucvi
I was thinking A... well-done describes how you would like your hamburger. 'Without' describes a new noun in the sentence, cheese. Hamburger is the main noun in the sentence. I may be incorrect though.

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pinkcandyrosez882
  • pinkcandyrosez882
Hmm. Thanks for your input! :)

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