The meaning of preposition is a word that shows the relationship of a noun or a pronoun to another word.
The girl kicked the soccer ball above my head.The preposition in this sentence is above, so the prepositional phrase is above my head.The girl kicked the soccer ball (above my head.)
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The boy hit the baseball beyond the baseball field.The preposition in this sentence is beyond, so the prepositional phrase is beyond the baseball field.The boy hit the baseball (beyond the baseball field.)
The volleyball was on top of the house.There is a compound prepositional phrase in the sentence.Can you find it?The volleyball was (on top of the house).
The girl ran around the track.Can you find the prepositional phrase?The girl ran (around the track.)
The girls were swimming in the pool.What is the prepositional phrase?The prepositional phrase is in the pool.The girls were swimming (in the pool.)
What is a preposition?A preposition is a word that shows the relationship of a noun or a pronoun to another word. What is a prepositional phrase?A prepositional phrase starts with a preposition and ends with a noun.
About, above, against, along, amid, amon g, at, between, onto, out, under, undern eath.Did you get some of these?