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Transcript of Preposition Palooza!
or a pronoun to another word
in a sentence in order to specify
LOCATION, DIRECTION, and TIME Prepositional Phrase a group of words that begins with a preposition and ends with a noun or pronoun Prepositions specify
TIME Common prepositions:
about, above, according to, across, during, for, from, inside, off with, through Direction:
Billy Bob is sprinting to class.
-Without the prepositional phrase,
would we know where Billy Bob is sprinting to?
(He could be sprinting in a marathon!)
-But the use of prepositions provides us with
detailed information Position:
The binder is under the chair. Time:
Chick-Fil-A is closed