FIND THE PREPOSITIONAL PHRASES Tony ran through the door to get out of the bee's way.
The words in green are your prepositions. Tony ran  (through  the door) to get  (out of  the bee's way).
FIND THE PREPOSITIONAL PHRASES. It is time to get  ( off  the couch) and go outside to enjoy the most beautiful day  ( of ...
FIND THE PREPOSITIONAL PHRASES. It is time to get off the couch and go outside to enjoy the most beautiful day of the year.
Outside  is an adverb to enjoy  is called an infinitive phrase. Prepositions are not followed by verbs like enjoy. It is t...
FIND THE PREPOSITIONAL PHRASE. The biggest part of the pie had been eaten by our father.
FIND THE PREPOSITIONAL PHRASE. The biggest part  ( of  the pie) had been eaten ( by  our father).
FIND THE PREPOSITIONAL PHRASE In addition to soreness and fever, Sandra's illness made her very tired.
FIND THE PREPOSITIONAL PHRASE ( In addition to  soreness and fever),  Sandra's illness made her very tired.
FIND THE PREPOSITIONAL PHRASE The oldest student of the class was always asked to sit in the front and be the leader of th...
FIND THE PREPOSITIONAL PHRASE The oldest student  ( of  the class) was always asked to sit ( in  the front) and be the lea...
FIND THE PREPOSITIONAL PHRASE Of all my friends, Sarah is the best swimmer, and Jonathan is the best  on the tennis court.
FIND THE PREPOSITIONAL PHRASE ( Of  all my friends), Sarah is the best swimmer, and Jonathan is the best  ( on  the tennis...
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  1. 1. FIND THE PREPOSITIONAL PHRASES Tony ran through the door to get out of the bee's way.
  2. 2. The words in green are your prepositions. Tony ran (through the door) to get (out of the bee's way).
  3. 3. FIND THE PREPOSITIONAL PHRASES. It is time to get ( off the couch) and go outside to enjoy the most beautiful day ( of the year).
  4. 4. FIND THE PREPOSITIONAL PHRASES. It is time to get off the couch and go outside to enjoy the most beautiful day of the year.
  5. 5. Outside is an adverb to enjoy is called an infinitive phrase. Prepositions are not followed by verbs like enjoy. It is time to get ( off the couch) and go outside to enjoy the most beautiful day ( of the year).
  6. 6. FIND THE PREPOSITIONAL PHRASE. The biggest part of the pie had been eaten by our father.
  7. 7. FIND THE PREPOSITIONAL PHRASE. The biggest part ( of the pie) had been eaten ( by our father).
  8. 8. FIND THE PREPOSITIONAL PHRASE In addition to soreness and fever, Sandra's illness made her very tired.
  9. 9. FIND THE PREPOSITIONAL PHRASE ( In addition to soreness and fever), Sandra's illness made her very tired.
  10. 10. FIND THE PREPOSITIONAL PHRASE The oldest student of the class was always asked to sit in the front and be the leader of the lines.
  11. 11. FIND THE PREPOSITIONAL PHRASE The oldest student ( of the class) was always asked to sit ( in the front) and be the leader ( of the lines).
  12. 12. FIND THE PREPOSITIONAL PHRASE Of all my friends, Sarah is the best swimmer, and Jonathan is the best on the tennis court.
  13. 13. FIND THE PREPOSITIONAL PHRASE ( Of all my friends), Sarah is the best swimmer, and Jonathan is the best ( on the tennis court).
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