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Link to Part 2: https://youtu.be/qa8CraC6GkY
Free interactive exercise to review: http://www.englishwithjennifer.com/prepositions.word.order.htm
Teachers: See a related post on my ELT blog:
0:02 Introduction. The importance of sentence structure.
1:12 Explanation of topic.
2:20 Examples of prepositional phrases and their function within a sentence.
3:13 Prepositional phrases as adjectives.
5:28 Prepositional phrases as adverbs.
7:26 Explanation of exercise.
7:47 Exercise of six sentences.
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