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Chapter 5. Clause and Effect > Prepositional Phrases - Pg. 48

Clause and Effect 48 Word Watch A prepositional phrase begins with a preposition and ends with a noun or a pronoun; for example: in the room, around the corner, near the door. In the following prepositional phrases, the prepositions are in italics: · · · · Over the rainbow Into the lion's mouth Above your line of sight Below the waterline Write Angles