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Locate the adverb phrase and the word or phrase it modifies. The slopes of the mountain are covered with trees.
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User: Locate the adverb phrase and the word or phrase it modifies. The slopes of the mountain are covered with trees.





Weegy: slopes - mountain
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User: Locate the adverb phrase and the word or phrase it modifies. In the morning, thousands of birds appeared.

Weegy: morning - appeared, thousands - birds
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The slopes of the mountain are covered with trees.
Adverb phrase: with trees.
Modifies: covered.
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In the morning, thousands of birds appeared.
Adverb phrase: in the morning.
Modified: appeared.
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