anonymous
  • anonymous
Can u plz help me in mathematics there is more help then english plz give me a try and help me thxs medals♥ Which group of words in the sentence is a prepositional phrase? She walked quietly but quickly through the sunny park and met her best friend. A. she walked B. through the sunny park C. quietly but quickly D. met her best friend
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  • jamiebookeater
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chaotic_butterflies
  • chaotic_butterflies
Not true^
chaotic_butterflies
  • chaotic_butterflies
Hold on one second
anonymous
  • anonymous
B right?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
because through is a preposition
chaotic_butterflies
  • chaotic_butterflies
Definition of a Preposition: A word (one of the parts of speech and a member of a closed word class) that shows the relationship between a noun or pronoun and other words in a sentence. and yes @Blosson505 it is b, but not only because it's a preposition. You know it's a prepositional phrase when you can see the relationship between the noun and pronoun, in this case we see that our noun (it's implied that the main subject, not shown) is going "through the table" (table being our pronoun)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thank you @chaotic_butterflies for making sure I was right ;)

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