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Prepositions and Prepositional Phrases Prepositions and Prepositional Phrases Presentation Transcript

  • Sit Notebook titled and dated Arrange your desk Pencil (SNAP) Unscramble to make today’s title peonatslriipo 3 Minutes Chapter Review Page 294 - 308 S.N.A.P.
  • The Prepositional Phrase Prepositional Phrases, Independent and Subordinate Clauses, Sentence Structure CA 6th grade- Sentence Structure 1.1 Complete sentences.
  • What are Phrases? Definition: A phrase is a group of related words that is used as a single part of speech and that does not contain both a verb and its subject. Ex: could have been looking (no subject) In the backyard ( no subject or verb)
  • What are Prepositional Phrases? Definition: A prepositional phrase includes a preposition, the object of the preposition, and any modifiers of that object. Think of location or position.
  • Commonly Used Prepositions Prepositions are the words that indicate location Aboard Between Past About Beyond Since Above By through Across Down Throughout After During Till Against along Except To Toward Among From Under Around In Underneath At Into Until before Of Up Below Off With Beneath On Within Beside
  • Prepositions Circle the words that can be used as prepositions. (Prepositions are the words that indicate location) Under Umbrella Over Oven In Inside Out Outer Around about To Too For Four Which Through At Above What From
  • Prepositions Circled, are the words that can be used as prepositions. (Prepositions are the words that indicate location) Under Umbrella Over Oven In Inside Out Outer Around about To Too For Four Which Through At Above What From
  • Prepositions Answers Below are words that can be used as prepositions. Under Over In Inside Out Around about To For Through At Above From
  • Prepositions Write a preposition in each blank. Underline the nouns or pronoun in the prepositional phrase. • Was there a rattlesnake _______the cave? • When did the elephant walked ____the watering hole? • Are there any monkeys ____the trees? • Who invited the skunk ____the party? • Will you give the meat ____the lion?
  • Prepositions Prepositions may very • Was there a rattlesnake above the cave? • When did the elephant walked around the watering hole? • Are there any monkeys in the trees? • Who invited the skunk to the party? • Will you give the meat to the lion?