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The prepositions song

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Prepositions are a special part of speech. Prepositions are like glue or bridges that help to link nouns (a person, place, or thing),to other words in a sentence. Prepositions usually tell when, where, or how in a sentence. Today we're going to learn all about the "where" prepositions!

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Want to learn more prepositional "where" words? Listen to this song by The Bazillions!Are you dying to learn more prepositions-- besides ones that just describe "where?" Check out this lesson from Khan Academy to better understand the role prepositions play in sentences.Did you know that prepositions can create something in a sentence called a "prepositional phrase?" To learn more about prepositions and how they help to create these unique grammar structures check out this video!
Prepositions are really important glue, bridges, or chains that help to connect nouns to the rest of a sentence! Next time you are reading or writing a story be on the look out for these important parts of speech-- and think about how they let you know "where" a noun might be!

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