Using Prepositional Phrases. Here's an example of a prepositional phrase (in italics): She caught the bus on time. "On time" is the prepositional phrase. It normally consists of a preposition and a noun or a preposition and a pronoun.
A prepositional phrase contains a preposition and an object. Model using a short text such as The tree of life (see below), to develop more descriptive and more interesting writing. Reach the finish line by using the correct prepositions in the sentences!
Our prepositional phrases worksheets provide practice with identifying prepositional phrases.
Prepositional phrases begin with a preposition and end in a noun, pronoun, or noun phrase.
Adjectives modify nouns, pronouns, and other adjectives. Writers add prepositional phrases to add details to their sentences. A simple prepositional phrase includes a preposition and its object, which can be a single word or a group of words expressing a single idea.