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1.He lived with his parents, brothers, and sisters.
2.Those in this small Mexican American community were worried and frightened.
3.That was the time when Cesar Chavez first lived among the migrant workers.
4.Chavez became a spokesperson for poor farmworkers.
5.In 1962, he established the National Farm Workers Association.

Identify each prepositional phrase and then tell word or words it modifies.

1.with his parents, brothers, and sisters=lived

2.in this small Mexican American community=those

3.among the migrant workers=lived

4.for poor farmworkers=spokesperson

5.in 1962=established

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    All are correct. Nice job!

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