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Isidora Zamora wrote:
> In this particular case, the prepositional phrase is adverbial.  It
> modifies "saw."  I saw a man *where*?  I saw a man *in the house.*

Actually, it's ambiguous.  It could describe where the man was.  If it's
adverbial, then it would describe where the seeing took place, that is,
I was in the house, and I saw a man.  If it's adjectivial, then it
describes where the man was.

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