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 Prepositions are found in phrases.

Prepositional phrases include prepositions and noun phrases. 

Prepositional phrases must obey a strict word order.

Children like to read with their parents.

 

with their parents.

 

This mother is reading a book  (to her children) (at bedtime.)

 

to her children

at bedtime

 

Her young children love to hear the exciting stories from the story book.

 

from the story book

 

Those very old books on the table are extremely valuable family treasures. 

 

on the table

 

Remember the word order: preposition, noun phrase