Is it possible to separate preposition from object? I mean is it possible to separate "on"(preposition) from " education" (object) in the example below?
for example "A lot of money should be spent on education by the government" it is grammatical.
is it possible to say " On education a lot of money should be spent by the government"
or "Education should be spent on a lot of money by the government"
or " Education should be spent on by the government" I'm not a native English speaker but the last two examples seems ungrammatical to me.
Can we conclude that object of preposition is inseparable form preposition in this example on can't be separated from education?
Thank you very much
Last edited by mrbin; 06-Jun-2014 at 22:27. Reason: to clarify what I really mean
Last edited by 2006; 07-Jun-2014 at 00:30. Reason: minor punctuation correction