English

A verb phrase that acts as a noun is called a?
participial.
adverbial.
infinitive.
gerund.

Which of the following is the prepositional phrase in the sentence below?

Applause came from the bleachers.
A) Applause came
B) came from
C) from
D) from the bleachers

My answers:
D. gerund
D. from the bleachers

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