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Which of the following is a prepositional phrase? (1 point) he didn't feel safe leaving us behind without supervision

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Hi! Welcome to OpenStudy! Perhaps you could post this question in the "Writing" section of OpenStudy. In that group, I am positive you will get more help, than you will in the Feedback group of OpenStudy.
A preposition gives the positioning of something like "'over", "under", "above"... Your example is not literal; the use of the preposition is idiomatic. We talk about "leaving someone behind" and "behind" is the preposition referring to the position of the direct object, "us."

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This question is closed as it is in the wrong group, but feel free to ask in the writing section as Karatechopper suggests :) (You can find more subjects by clicking 'find more subjects' above)

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