Why and how we use them.
Definition Of Prepositional phrase.
Prepositional Phrases: a word governing, and usually preceding, a noun or pronoun and expressing a relation to another word or element in the clause.
Why do we use these?
We use prepositional phrases to modify nouns and verbs while indicating various relationships between subjects and verbs. They are used to color and inform sentences in powerful ways.
5 Examples of prepositional phrases.
1. "Aboard the runway."
2."On the train."
3."In the house."
4."Out of the rain."
5."Beside the bed."