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    Preposition object

    Is it correct to speak of the 'object' of a preposition?

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    Cool Re: Preposition object

    Quote Originally Posted by Pedroski View Post
    Is it correct to speak of the 'object' of the preposition?
    It is.

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    Re: Preposition object

    Sometimes I should just stop and look a minute. Thanks.

    Here an example:

    One morning I shot an elephant in my pajamas. How he got in my pajamas, I don't know." Groucho Marx

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