PREPOSITIONAL PHRASES 9 1 HDTravis PREPOSITIONS Show the

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PREPOSITIONS Show the relationship between a noun or pronoun and another word in a

PREPOSITIONS Show the relationship between a noun or pronoun and another word in a sentence What’s a noun? Person, place, thing, idea (Miss Travis) What’s a pronoun? A word that can be a substitute for a noun (She)

PREPOSITIONS Here a few examples: The sound of a jazz band filled the kitchen.

PREPOSITIONS Here a few examples: The sound of a jazz band filled the kitchen. The music was coming from a radio. “of” shows the relationship between sound and

COMMONLY USED PREPOSITIONS • • • About Above Across After Against Along Among Around

COMMONLY USED PREPOSITIONS • • • About Above Across After Against Along Among Around As At • • • Before Behind Below Beneath Beside Between Beyond By Despite Down • • • During Except For From In Inside Into like Near Of • • • Toward Underneath Until Up Upon Within without

FIND THE PREPOSITION The phone had been off the hook all morning. Ever since

FIND THE PREPOSITION The phone had been off the hook all morning. Ever since her 40 th birthday, everyone has been telling my mom she is over the hill. Underneath my bed you will find boxes

COMPOUND PREPOSITIONS These are prepositions that consist of more than one word Jazz legend

COMPOUND PREPOSITIONS These are prepositions that consist of more than one word Jazz legend Louis Armstrong sang in addition to playing the trumpet. When entertainers perform a style of music called rapping, they yell nonsense instead of words.

COMMONLY USED COMPOUND PREPOSITIONS • • According to Aside from Because of By means

COMMONLY USED COMPOUND PREPOSITIONS • • According to Aside from Because of By means of In addition to In front of In place of In spite of • • Instead of On account of Out of Prior to

FIND THE COMPOUND PREPOSITION Michael came by means of train when his car broke

FIND THE COMPOUND PREPOSITION Michael came by means of train when his car broke down right before he was supposed to leave. I stopped at the store prior to coming to school because Mrs. Frye’s SRT class ate all our candy.

PREPOSITIONAL PHRASES • Consist of a preposition and its object, and any modifiers of

PREPOSITIONAL PHRASES • Consist of a preposition and its object, and any modifiers of the object. • The object of a preposition is the noun or pronoun that follows a preposition • Prepositional phrases often express

PREPOSITIONAL PHRASES Many early jazz bands played in New Orleans EXPRESSES LOCATION Prepositio n

PREPOSITIONAL PHRASES Many early jazz bands played in New Orleans EXPRESSES LOCATION Prepositio n Object of Preposition

PREPOSITIONAL PHRASES The sounds came from a radio. EXPRESSES LOCATION Prepositio n Object of

PREPOSITIONAL PHRASES The sounds came from a radio. EXPRESSES LOCATION Prepositio n Object of Preposition

PREPOSITIONAL PHRASES Musicians traveled to other large cities. Prepositio n Object of Preposition EXPRESSES

PREPOSITIONAL PHRASES Musicians traveled to other large cities. Prepositio n Object of Preposition EXPRESSES DIRECTION

PREPOSITIONAL PHRASES During the 1920 s, jazz swept the country. EXPRESSES TIME Prepositio n

PREPOSITIONAL PHRASES During the 1920 s, jazz swept the country. EXPRESSES TIME Prepositio n Object of Preposition

IDENTIFY IT: WHERE’S THE PREPOSITION? In between the cashews and peanuts, you will find

IDENTIFY IT: WHERE’S THE PREPOSITION? In between the cashews and peanuts, you will find the almonds. I found crumbs underneath the kitchen table, how gross! I saw the napkins toward the top of the shelf.