# Question #7fbc4

The prepositional phrases in the following sentences refer to a noun:
1. " of defensive strategies " refers to the noun "types".
4. " for the ball " refers to the noun "battle".
4. " between centers " refers to the noun "battle".

#### Explanation:

A prepositional phrase that refers to a noun or a pronoun is an adjective prepositional phrase ; as above.

A prepositional phrase that refers to a verb, an adjective, or another adverb is an adverbial prepositional phrase; as in sentences:
2. "to another player" refers to the verb "passes".
3. "in play" refers to the verb "is".
3. "until the referee blows the whistle" refers to the verb "is".
4. "with a battle" refers to the verb "begins".