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In the sentence "Mike lives in an old house," how is the prepositional phrase acting?


It is acting as an adverb.


There is no prepositional phrase.

It is acting as both an adjective and an adverb.

It is acting as an adjective.

Would this be an adverb?

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  1. Yes, it's an adverb phrase telling where he lives.

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