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The view from Mount Fuji is great. From Mount Fuji is the prepositional phrase. Is it an adjective phrase or an adverb phrase?

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    If it's modifying a noun, it's an adjective phrase.

    If it's modifying a verb, it's an adverb phrase.

    What is that phrase describing?

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    the phrase is describing mount fuji

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    That can't be.

    Mount Fuji is part of the phrase.

    What does the phrase modify?

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    it is describing the view right so its an adjective phrase

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    right

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