Prepositional phrases are used to tell more about nouns and verbs. When they add meaning to a noun, they are called “adjective phrases”; when they modify a verb, they are called “adverb phrases.” Decide if the prepositional phrases indicated by boldface type are adjective phrases or adverb phrases.
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