Prepositional Phrase

Prepositional Phrase

Click the group of words that make up the prepositional phrase. It starts with a preposition and ends with an object.
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Select the words that belongs to the prepositional phrase
Note: Prepositions are words that relate the noun to an other word. The preposition and the word(s) that follow it make up the prepositional phrase.
Instructions:
1. Read the given sentence.
2. Figure out the prepositional phrase by finding the preposition and its object.
3. Click all the words that belong to the prepositional phrase.

Example: She went to the office.
Answer:
She
went
to
the
office
.
Tip: In the above example, the prepositional phrase starts with the preposition "to" followed by its object "the office".