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Sentence (i) has been shortened in sentence (ii) by using a(n) _______.
(i) She likes a location that is in the sun.
(ii) She likes a sunny location.
A. prefix C. phrase
B. adjective D. connective

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    There's no prefix or connective in sentence (ii) -- so it must be either phrase or adjective.

    Both of those answers could be right -- although I prefer B. adjective since you've used "sunny."

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