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Chapter 3. Parts of Speech: Coming to Te... > Prepositions: Good Things Come in Sm... - Pg. 34

Parts of Speech: Coming to Terms Prepositional Phrases displeased with fond of grateful for (something) grateful to (someone) identical with interested in interfere with object to protect against reason with responsible for shocked at similar to specialize in take advantage of worry about Examples Nina is displeased with the plan We are all fond of Mrs. Marco The child was grateful for a snow day We are grateful to the doctor This cake is identical with hers Chris is interested in martial arts Homework can interfere with you social life We object to the income tax hike An umbrella protects against rain You can't reason with a two-year-old I am responsible for bringing the salad We are shocked at your hair color! It is similar to a rainbow The hairdresser must specialize in humor They surely take advantage of kids! I worry about you 34 The Least You Need to Know · Nouns name a person, place, or thing. · Verbs express action, condition, or state of being. · Conjunctions connect words or groups of words.