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Exploring Prepositional Phrases
- Prepositions are directional words or words that show relative time.
- Think of a preposition as a word that describes where an airplane can be located in relation to a cloud (under, above, beside, etc.)
- A prepositional phrase is made up of a preposition AND the object of the preposition.
- In this lesson, you will learn about prepositional phrases.
What is a Prepositional Phrase?
A prepositional phrase is a phrase that contains a preposition and its object. As a part of a sentence, it functions like an adverb or adjective.
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