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Identify the prepositional phrases in the following sentences. Then state whether the prep phrase is an adjective phrase or adverb phrase.

1. A daily newspaper has something for almost everyone.
- for almost everyone = adjective

2. In addition to news, the paper offers entertainment, classified ads, and much more.
- In addition to = adjective

3. Our entire family reads the newspaper in the morning.
- in the morning = adverb

4. Dad always begins with the sports pages; Mom prefers the general news.
- with the sports pages = adverb

5. My sister's favorite part of the newspaper is the lifestyle section.
- of the newspaper = adjective

6. She enjoys features like "How-to Hints."
- like "How-to Hints" = adverb

7. I find the editorial and opinion pages interesting, especially when a debate between two sides developed.
- between two sides = adjective

8. Sometimes I see the logic behind an argument.
- behind an argument = adjective

9. Other times I wonder why grown people argue about a trivial issue.
- about a trivial issue = adverb

10. I also like to read news about local events.
- about local events = adjective

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    All are correct.

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