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Prepositional Adverbial with Noun Phrase and Content Clause

Adverb /Adjunct Phrase An adverb answers questions such as when?, where?, why?, with what goal/result? under what conditions?, how?, in what manner? to what degree/extent? . Being an adverb it modifies a verb or adjective or another adverb. An adverb or adverbial phrase is an ADJUNCT if the meaning doesn’t change when it is removed. However if the meaning changes, then it is obligatory or a complement and known as Obligatory Adverb or Adverbial Complement.

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