Prepositions I rode past the village. I rode through the village. I rode toward the village. I rode near the village. I rode around the village. I rode beyond the village.
Prepositions A prepositional phrase includes a preposition, a noun or pronoun called the object of a preposition, and any modifiers of the object. In the previous examples, the object of each preposition is village. I rode toward the village.
Prepositions Note: The same word may be either an adverb or a preposition, depending on its use in a sentence. Margie climbed down. (adverb) Margie climbed down the ladder. (prep)
Prepositions Identify the prepositions below: 1. Sara skated off the ice. 2. Martha indicated her approval with a nod. 3. Can any creature live without water? 4. A camel can live for a long time without water.
Interjections! An interjection is a word or phrase used to express strong feeling or emotion. Interjections are set off by a comma or exclamation point. Examples: Oh no! The house is on fire! Help! Im drowning.
Interjections! An interjection that shows only mild emotion is set off from the sentence by a comma or commas. Examples: Well, Im just not sure. When Im having a bad week, oh, I can hardly wait for the weekend.