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

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beside a stream
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What do you think An adjective phrase is a group of words that describe a noun or pronoun in a sentence. The adjective phrase can be placed before, or after, the noun or pronoun in the sentence. An adverb phrase is simply two or more words that act as an adverb. It can modify a verb, adverb, or adjective and can tell “how”, “where”, “why”, or “when.” An adverb clause which also modifies verbs, adverbs and adjectives; but, an adverb clause also includes a subject and a verb. Its not C
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Its a Adverb phrase
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Tag me if you need anymore help c:
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thank you
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Your welcome c:

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