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An adverbial phrase does the work of an adverb and tells how, when, where and to what extent.
1-You did it in a good way. In this sentence, "in a good way" is an adverbial phrase which is telling the answer of "how".
2-A nation progresses in times of peace. "In times of peace" is an adverbial phrase which is telling the answer of "when".
3-We can rise to the greatest heights through education and hardwork. "to the greatest heights" is an adverbial phrase here and telling about "to what extent" we can rise through education and hard work.
In the following exercise, you'll have to note the adverbial phrase in each blank.
Now it's your turn. Good Luck! :)
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