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Prepostitions & Prepositional Phrases
Transcript of Prepostitions & Prepositional Phrases
What is a preposition?
A preposition is a word that shows the relationship between a noun or pronoun and other words in a sentence.
What is a prepositional phrase?
A prepositional phrase begins with a preposition and ends with a noun or pronoun. It usually tells you something about the previous noun/pronoun.
Here are a couple examples of prepositional phrases...
I saw the dog
"Under" is the preposition, and "under the chair" is the
Can you find the prepositional phrases?
Here are some examples of prepositions....
In your table groups, write three prepositional phrases using some of these prepositions.
The two brothers,
their beds, were discussing life.
"In" is the preposition, and "In their beds" is the prepositional phrase.
Write down these eleven most commonly used prepositions.
Across With Over
At To Far
In On From
SCHOOL HOUSE ROCK!
There were at least seven....
1.) "I like to think of Jesus
a ninja fighting off evil samurais
2.) "We look forward to Powerade's release
mystic mountain blueberry
3.) "I like to think of Jesus
giant eagles wings
4.) "Or as our brothers
call you "Jesus"."
5.) "We thank you so much for this beautiful harvest
Dominoes, KFC, and the always delicious Taco Bell
6.) " Dear tiny Jesus
your golden flee diapers with your tiny little balled up fist
7.) "I like to picture Jesus
a tuxedo t-shirt