We also use prepositional phrases to talk about direction:
She ran out of the house.
Walk past the bank and keep going to the end of the street.
We also use adverbs and adverb phrases for place and direction:
I would love to see Paris. I’ve never been there.
The bedroom is upstairs.
It was so cold that we stayed indoors.
We often have a preposition at the end of a clause:
This is the room we have our meals in.
The car door is very small so it’s difficult to get into.
I lifted the carpet and looked underneath.
- Determiners and quantifiers
- Clause, phrase and sentence
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