In the sentence: Now Patricia, in jeans and a plaid shirt, rides above the rangeland of eastern Oregon. The adverb phrase is letter a: above the rangeland. Adverb clauses or phrases are group of words used in shifting or adding meaning of a verb, clause, adjective, or another adverb. These clauses can be used if: firstly, a sentence contains a subject and a predicate. Secondly, when a subordinate conjunction is used and thirdly, if it answer the ‘adverbial questions’ – when, why, when and how. It is also further categorized to time, place, manner, degree, condition, concession and reason.
Which is the adverb phrase in the sentence? Now Patricia, in jeans and a plaid shirt, rides above the rangeland of eastern Oregon. a. above the rangeland b. of eastern Oregon c. in jeans and a plaid shirt