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Locate the complete prepositional phrase and identify its use. I have to attend a club meeting after school.
I have to attend a club meeting after school. Prepositional phrase: after school. Use: Adverb
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I have to attend a club meeting after school.
Prepositional phrase: after school.
Use: Adverb
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