Reveals a position of a noun.
Shows relationship between a noun or pronoun and its objects.
A prepositional phrase starts with a preposition, ends with its object and includes all words in between.
A word that shows the relationship of a noun or pronoun to another word.
A phrase that begins with a preposition and ends with a noun or a pronoun.
The sky is above the earth.
He ran across the stage.
The show will be after the dinner.
I can see Tom around the corner.
The show will be at the Grand Theater.
How many jumped before the end of the road.
The red car will be behind the white car.
The sign will be below the window.
The dog is sitting beside the cat.
The turkey lunch meat is between the two pieces of rye bread.
What is by the store?
The rock fell down the air vent.
It was during WWII that my grandpa saved five people.
The woman spoke for the child.
It is from coast to coast.
I will be inside the house.
I ran into the wall.
He is one of two people going this summer.
When will I be on the school board?
She threw the ball out the window.
I was over the rainbow.
John went to the store.
Tom went under the bridge.
What shoe will go with the blue dress.
What is the prepositional phrase? There are 17 types of penguins, and the Emperor penguin is the largest.
in late March
What is the prepositional phrase? Antarctica's winter begins in late March.
on only one continent
What is the prepositional phrase? Emperor penguins can be found on only one continent.