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I am diagramming the sentence: It was excellent from beginning to end. I know the subject is "It", verb "was", subject complement is "excellent" and, I think "from beginning to end" is a prepositional phrase. Am I right or please corrent me.

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    They are TWO prepositional phrases -- both adverbial.

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