Prepositions are words that come before a noun or pronoun that form a phrase often indicating a position or place. Here is a list of some common prepositions:
He brought his furniture into the apartment.
The prepositional phrase will end with either a noun or pronoun called the object of the preposition.
Here is a list of some common compound prepositions:
|according to||as well as||because of|
|except for||instead of||with regard to|
|in front of||due to|
|next to||in spite of|
Cross out the prepositional phrases.
- The thoughts of the wife were that the furniture belonged somewhere else.
- By the time she spoke up, it was too late.
- Most of the furniture will go in the bedroom.