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Grammar Exercise - Adjective Phrases?


Do the exercises below on adjective phrases and click on the button to check your answers.

(Before doing the exercises you may want to read the lesson on adjective phrases )

Decide whether the dependents in the adjective phrases underlined below are prepositional phrases, adverbs or clauses.

  1. John is fond of Mary.
  2. Everest is a tremendously high mountain.
  3. He is nicer than she is.
  4. The pizza looks very delicious.
  5. He was overly enthusiastic.
  6. I bought a tapestry stitched by hand.
  7. The movie was terribly long.
  8. He was upset about the exam.
  9. It is a pretty confusing situation.
  10. She is smarter than you described.

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