4-3 Prepositional Phrases

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Prepositional Phrases

Words that go together with prepositions are called prepositional phrases.

The cat rested on the desk.

Another cat watched from the table.


Prepositional Phrase Practice

Directions: Put PP in the box if the sentence contains a prepositional phrase.  Put No in the box if it does not contain a prepositional phrase.

The tree has red leaves.
The bird feeder is full of sunflower seeds.
I found three light yellow eggs.
Your picture will look bigger inside a frame.
We pitched the tent between two large trees.
I can draw the branches now.
We never have any bananas.
The cake is not done.
I did my math assignment in my notebook.
The fish cannot survive.
Did you see the hawk dive toward the ground?
I am going to Boston.
We found the lost envelope in the drawer.
I don't remember that event.
Trees and plants are important for the earth.



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Prepositional Phrases