Adjective phrase

Rev Dr Gerald J Olseski,jr,cm,dd
Reading — Intermediate Level
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An adjective phrase is a group of words that functions as an adjective in a sentence.
Adjective phrases modify nouns. They maybe appearing before the noun, or appearing after a linking verb but not all adjectives can be used in both positions.
Examples:
"Humans can be fairly ridiculous animals."
After Don's accident, his behavior grew stranger and stranger.
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  1. Please tell me what an adjective phrase is?

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