|Lesson 4 - Prepositional Rules and Pronouns|
|1. A noun or pronoun
follow a preposition.|
Noun - is a person, place or thing.
Pronoun - takes the place of a noun.
2. A preposition links a noun or a pronoun with some other word in the sentence.
3. The noun or pronoun that the preposition link to some other work in the sentence is called the preposition's "object" (or the object of the preposition).
4. The preposition shows the relationship between the object (noun or pronoun) and the other word.
The pronouns that are used in prepositional
phrases are ALWAYS from the OBJECTIVE CASE.
In a prepositional phrase, the pronoun takes
the place of the noun. Look at the difference between the following
Replace the noun in the prepositional phrase
with a pronoun:
NOTE: Just as you ONLY use the objective case
inside of prepositional phrases, you NEVER use the objective case pronouns
to replace nouns in any other part of the sentence.
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