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Which one of these sentences contains a prepositional phrase? A. Where did you find the papers that I lost? B. To be, or not to be: that is the question. C. You may think otherwise, but what I tell you is true. D. Trolls live under bridges; elves do not.
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User: Which one of these sentences contains a prepositional phrase? A. Where did you find the papers that I lost? B. To be, or not to be: that is the question. C. You may think otherwise, but what I tell you is true. D. Trolls live under bridges; elves do not.

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The sentence that contains a prepositional phrase is:
Trolls live under bridges; elves do not.
Prepositional phrase: Under bridges.
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