A prepositional phrase is a group of words working as a team. The first word in the team is the preposition, and the last word is the object of the preposition.
Let’s make sentences with the following prepositional phrases.
- with chocolate milk
- across the river
- at the edge of the forest
- on roller skates
- before midnight
- in spite of the danger
- behind them
- to the end
- into Canada
- into the valley
- Thomas makes a tasty beverage with chocolate milk.
- Let’s swim across the river.
- I will meet you at the edge of the forest.
- I always have fun when on roller skates.
- We must return home before midnight.
- The daring lad went into the jungle in spite of the danger.
- Suddenly, they heard a noise behind them.
- I will be with you to the end.
- The plane flew across the sky and into Canada.
- He walked into the valley.
Now you try it. Make ten sentences with each of the prepositional phrases listed above.