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help with finding prepositional phrases in sentences

Diagram: Subduction zones are areas where two plates collide. My question is: is where a direct object, so the dotted line goes to areas? or is it an adverb so it goes on the dotted line from are to collide?

Explanation and examples of seven types of phrases: noun, prepositional, appositive, absolute, infinitive, gerund, and participial.

The student can access 50 basic sentence diagram patterns on this site. It begins with the simple subject/verb diagram and includes gerund/participle/infinitive phrases, causative verbs, and expletive constructions.

The site has a very complete list of phrase verbs, such as "come down with" and "work out."

definition and examples of transitive verbs; link to information about intransitive verbs

A great basic grammar website resource for students and tutors.

Excellent example of proper outline form with annotations next to each section. My preferred resource for guiding students with outline structure.

Information about the value/reasons for diagramming sentences. Dropdowns for how to diagram various parts of speech with examples.

In this Early Edge video lesson, you'll learn more about Coordinating and Subordinating Conjunctions, so you can be successful when you take on high-school English/Language Arts & Grammar.

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