I'm happy about the wedding. - adverbial and adjectival prepositions

freijorn

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freijorn, you have trouble with basic stuff, and in my humble opinion you shouldn't be teaching us grammar.

Your posts need to be shorter.

I know that I have tons of trouble with basic stuff, but I'm not trying to teach grammar to anyone. I'm just trying to state, how I started to think like this, and what the thing behind my logic is. I'm trying to learn it. I'm trying to start from one point. Though, this topic is really hard for a starter. I'm really sorry for asking these questions and continuing this thread further. My last thread was one month ago, and I didn't continued it. I made more research on it but I couldn't come to anywhere. I would be grateful for any answer for my question in the post #17.
 
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As I've learned, we can modify prepositional phrases by using adverbs. Is there any case in which a prepositional phrase is complemented by a phrase or a word?

Please consider this sentence, "It is in a glass." Can we get this prepositional phrase complemented?
 
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