anonymous
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will medal
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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Which words make up the prepositional phrase in this sentence? Can the players on the other team bring some extra hockey equipment? A. Can the players B. bring some C. extra hockey equipment D. on the other team
anonymous
  • anonymous
@countonme123
anonymous
  • anonymous
@Rushwr

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anonymous
  • anonymous
@the_ocean_girl
anonymous
  • anonymous
d
anonymous
  • anonymous
please explane
anonymous
  • anonymous
By doing just a little research, I do believe it's D. Check out this link for further explanation. http://www.donnayoung.org/english/grammar/prepositions.htm I hope this helps. :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Prepositional phrases are things a cat can do. A cat can be above something, up, on, around, over, under, etc.
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks have more
anonymous
  • anonymous
il help you
anonymous
  • anonymous
Which words make up the prepositional phrase in this sentence? Julie baked a pie with strawberries and rhubarb. A. with strawberries and rhubarb B. a pie C. strawberries and rhubarb D. Julie baked
Rushwr
  • Rushwr
The answer would be A
Rushwr
  • Rushwr
with is a preposition. So a phase with a preposition is usually called a prepositional phrase
anonymous
  • anonymous
i thinks it is c
anonymous
  • anonymous
Which words make up the prepositional phrases in this sentence? Peyton dropped his keys in a puddle outside the bank. A. outside the bank / in a puddle B. the bank / in a puddle C. Peyton dropped / his keys D. in a puddle / his keys
anonymous
  • anonymous
@Rushwr is she ar he right
anonymous
  • anonymous
Its A
Rushwr
  • Rushwr
for the last one also it's A

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