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What is the part of speech of "for my birthday" in each sentence? An adverb phrase or an adjective phrase? Would you check them, please? Can a phrase be either an adjective phrase or an adverbial phrase? Thank you.

1. What do I want for my birthday?

2. This gift is for my birthday.

3. The present for my birthday is a book.

4. He gave me a fountain pen for my birthday.

5. I'm looking for a present for her birthday.

6. Tom got a nice gift for his birthday.

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