English Grammer
General English
the object of the preposition
The object of the preposition is the noun or pronoun that follows a prepo-
sition and completes the prepositional phrase. The prepositional phrase can
also includemodifiers.

In the sentence, The orange juice box was in the new refrigerator, the
prepositional phrase is in the new refrigerator. This phrase answers
the question Where (is the orange juice box)? The object of the preposition
is refrigerator. The modifier, or describer, is new.
The compound objects of the preposition are two or more objects, such as
Mom (and) Dad in the sentence, The party was paid for by Mom and Dad.

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