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The Logic 
of Prepositional Phrases

From My Book of Favorite Fairy Tales

by Edric  Vredenburg; Illustrated by Jennie Harbour
Directions: 1. Place parentheses around each prepositional phrase. Draw an arrow from the beginning of each phrase to the word it modifies.
2. Above each phrase write the question that the phrase answers in relation to the word it modifies. (What kind of? Which? What? Whose? Where? When? How Long? Why? How? Under What Condition?)
3. Underline subjects once, finite verbs twice, and label complements ("PN," "PA," "IO," "DO").
 

1.  Red Riding Hood went home in the evening.

2.  The king of the land held a feast.

3.  She called her only daughter to her bedside.

4.  The king's son took her by the hand and danced with her and no one else.

5.  A sprig of hazel brushed against him.

6.  Hansel and Grethel had walked through the woods for two hours.

7.  During the night you may regain your rightful form.

8.  On her grand-daughter's birthday she presented her with a red silk hood.

9.  I will look down from heaven and watch over you.

10.  At last their eyes closed from weariness.

11.  The Queen pronounced the names of the flowers.

12.  Off she went with her two daughters to the feast.