1. Does this phrase describe a noun or tell how or why or where an action was done?
2. What is in the oven? Just the bread? Or is the bread in pans??
For #1, the second choice
and #2:: the bread is in the pans but you can only write one word, so it's either pans or bread.
So ... what will you indicate for each sentence?
(Hint1: "bread" is the object of its own preposition. Hint2: Can the bread be in the oven without the pans?)
No, so #2 is pans
Please check if my answers in the 2 posts above are correct
#1 is the verb -- the preposition is telling "from where" the dust was brushed.
#2, yes, is "pans."
Right. The phrase modifies "brushed."
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