- A prepositional phrase consists of preposition followed by a prepositional complement which is characteristically a noun phrase or a WH-Clause or V-ing Clause.
Preposition Prepositional Complement
At the railway station
From what he said
By singing a song
- A Few Prepositional Phrases Are:
According to, along with, away from, because of, in favor of, in spite of, instead of, in order to, in place of, on account of, with a view to, with regards to, at the bottom of, at home in, by dint of, by way of, in case of, etc.