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2014-12-23T16:58:04+08:00

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A prepositional phrase is a phrase that begins with a preposition followed by a noun or a pronoun.

example:
under the table
above the sky


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2014-12-25T09:02:13+08:00

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A prepositional phrase from the words itself "prepositional" and "phrase", it is a phrase that contains a preposition. Obviously, we know what are phrases, so we will deal more with prepositions. Examples of prepositions are: under, between, in, on, above, and many more. 

Examples of prepositional phrases are:
1.) under the sea
2.) between the table and chair
3.) in the classroom
4.) on the desk
5.) above him


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