English Grammar Lessons
Adjective Phrase - Glossary of Terms
An adjective phrase usually starts with a preposition (e.g.,
of, in, on) or a participle (e.g., taken,
leaving) and follows the noun it is modifying.
This is the
end of a very long road.
Did you see
the man leaving the shop?
The mother of the boys
was just as bad. [show me the adjective phrase]|
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