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We want to thank you all again for the great fun last weekend.

(In this sentence, what does 'last weekend' modify?)

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  1. It's an adverbial phrase, telling when the "great fun" happened. Seems odd, I know, but sometimes colloquial speech is not easily explained by the rules of standard English!

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