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One of the sentences below is correctly marked to show the prepositional phrase, the preposition, and its object. Which sentence is correctly marked? Hint: The prepositional phrase is in parentheses. The preposition is in bold text. The object of the preposition is in italics. (On the table) is the book. (On the table is the book). On the table (is the book). (On the table) is the book.

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  1. anonymous
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    I can't see any italics or bold in your listed answers. However, in the sentence given, "On the table" is the whole prepositional phrase. "On" is the preposition and "table" is its object.

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