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Prepositional Phrases. Chapter 13. Phrase. A group of words that is used as a single part of speech and that does not have both a subject or verb. Prepositional Phrase. A prepositional phrase includes: preposition, the object of the preposition,

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    1. Prepositional Phrases Chapter 13

    2. Phrase • A group of words that is used as a single part of speech and that does not have both a subject or verb.

    3. Prepositional Phrase • A prepositional phrase includes: • preposition, • the object of the preposition, • and any modifiers (words that describe) of that object (adverbs or adjectives)

    4. Examples • We waited until lunchtime. • Prepositional phrase: • Preposition: • Object: • The house across the street has green shutters. • Prepositional phrase: • Preposition: • Object:

    5. Your turn to show what you know… • May I sit between you and him? • Prepositional phrase: • Preposition: • Object: • The woman in the blue uniform is my mom. • Prepositional phrase: • Preposition: • Object:

    6. Prepositional Phrases • A prepositional phrase can be used as an adjective phrase or an adverb phrase. It all depends on what it is being used to modify (describe).

    7. Adjective Phrases • A prepositional phrase that modifies (describes) a noun or pronoun. • They will answer the questions: • What kind? • Which one? • How many? • How much?

    8. Examples • People throughout the world enjoy Rivera’s art. • Prepositional phrase: • Preposition: • Object: • Question it answers: • Word it modifies:

    9. Examples (cont’d.) • Rivera often painted the walls of buildings. • Prepositional phrase: • Preposition: • Object: • Question it answers: • Word it modifies:

    10. Your turn… • His murals are beautiful examples of popular twentieth-century art. • Prepositional phrase: • Preposition: • Object: • Question it answers: • Word it modifies:

    11. Your turn (cont’d.) • Rivera’s artworks often include symbols of Mexican culture. • Prepositional phrase: • Preposition: • Object: • Question it answers: • Word it modifies:

    12. Your turn (cont’d.) • His work with other Mexican artists was also very important. • Prepositional phrase: • Preposition: • Object: • Question it answers: • Word it modifies:

    13. Adverb Phrases • An adverb phrase is a prepositional phrase that is used to (describe) a verb, adjective, or another adverb. • They will answer the questions: • How? • When? • Where? • To what extent?

    14. Examples • That mirror hung in the front hall. • Prepositional phrase: • Preposition: • Object: • Question it answers: • Word it modifies:

    15. Examples (cont’d.) • With great courage, Rosa Parks disobeyed the bus driver. • Prepositional phrase: • Preposition: • Object: • Question it answers: • Word it modifies:

    16. Your turn… • Rudolph suffered from polio and scarlet fever when she was four years old. • Prepositional phrase: • Preposition: • Object: • Question it answers: • Word it modifies:

    17. Your turn (cont’d.) • For many years afterward, Rudolph used a leg brace when she walked. • Prepositional phrase: • Preposition: • Object: • Question it answers: • Word it modifies:

    18. Your turn (cont’d.) • With her family’s help, she exercised hard every day. • Prepositional phrase: • Preposition: • Object: • Question it answers: • Word it modifies:

    19. Practice Pages • Open your textbook and complete page 385, Review B. • You need to write the prepositional phrase and then identify whether it is adjective or adverb.