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    Noun phrase?

    In the kitchen is where I'll be.


    Is the prepositional phrase acting as a noun above? Could a prepositional phrase ever be the subject of a sentence?

    Thank you very much.

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    Re: Noun phrase?

    The prepositional phrase functions as the subject of the sentence and functions also as a substantive.

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