Subject & Verb Prepositional Phrases English Grammar & Literacy Game Help Tips:
- A prepositional phrase can be formed from a preposition and a noun or pronoun.
Here are four examples: of the members, before a game, of us, before sunset.
- As you can see from the following partial word list, there are many prepositions:
at, by, of, to, for, in, on, up, down, with, without, about, into, toward,
onto, from, until, during, before, after, inside, outside, near, past,
through, below, since, beyond, beside, between ...
- The subject of a sentence is the word that names what the sentence is about.
- It is easier to find the subject and verb of a sentence if you delete prepositional phrases.
Example: All of the geese flew over the lake. Subject = all , Verb = flew .
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