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A verb phrase that acts as a noun is called a(n)

participal
adverbial
infinitive
gerund

Which of the following is a prepositional phrase in the sentence below?
(Applause came from the bleachers.)

Applause came
came from
from
from the bleachers

My answers:
gerund
from the bleachers

I'm indecisive about the second question, I don't know for certain if the prepositional phrase is 'came from' or 'from the bleachers.' Could someone check my answers and help me understand how to identify a prepositional phrase?

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  1. You are correct. "came" is a verb. The phrase "from the bleachers" tells where it came from, "from" being the preposition.

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  2. The correct answer is

    from the bleachers

    I put

    from

    and got it incorrect so Reed is wrong

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  3. No he was right you misread it.

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  4. Yea, Reed is right

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  5. Reed is wrong is "from the bleachers"

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