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  1. Preposition

  2. A preposition is a word that shows the relationship of a noun or pronoun to another word.

  3. A preposition shows a relationship of time or space.

  4. Preposition

  5. Look how a preposition changes the relationship between walked and door.

  6. The cat walked past the door.

  7. The cat walked toward the door.

  8. The cat walked through the door

  9. The preposition changes the relationship of kite to tree.

  10. The kite in the tree is mine • .

  11. The kite beside the tree is mine.

  12. The kite in front of the tree is mine.

  13. Prepositional Phrase • Includes a preposition, a noun or pronoun (that is called the object of the preposition) and any modifiers.

  14. prep article adjective • We are in the big noun (object of the preposition) house.

  15. You can press those leaves under glass. • Fred stood beside us. • The books in my green backpack are heavy.

  16. Aboard About Above Across After Against Along Among Around As At Before Behind Below Common Prepositions

  17. Beneath Beside Between Beyond By Down During Except For From In In front of Inside Common Prepositions

  18. Instead Into Like Near Next to Of Off On Out Out of Over Past Since Common Prepositions

  19. Through Throughout Till To Toward Under Underneath Unlike Until Up Up to Upon With Within Without Common Prepositions

  20. Remember? A preposition shows a relationship of time or space.

  21. Except for three that don’t.

  22. Of As Like

  23. A vase of flowers sat on the table. • I ran like a cougar. • She was pretty as a picture.

  24. Preposition or Adverb? • Many words used as prepositions can also be used as adverbs.

  25. Preposition or Adverb? • To be a preposition, the word MUST have an object (a noun).

  26. Preposition or Adverb? • To decide if it is a preposition or adverb, say the word followed by whom or what.

  27. Preposition or Adverb? • If a noun or a pronoun answers the question, the word is a preposition.

  28. I walked up the beach. • Up what?

  29. A vase of flowers sat on the table. • I ran like a cougar. • She was pretty as a picture.

  30. You can press those leaves under glass. • Fred stood beside us. • The books in my green backpack are heavy.

  31. Where’s the prep phrase? • I like cookies in milk.

  32. Where’s the prep phrase? • As I walked, I thought about school.

  33. Where’s the prep phrase? • I knew I would see her in a minute.

  34. Where’s the prep phrase? • She invited me in.

  35. Where’s the prep phrase? • Above the trees, the sky looked like a blanket of stars.

  36. Where’s the prep phrase? • I wonder if I’m going to like you.