What are the objects of the preposition and the prepositional phrases in the following sentences? 1) We enjoyed our trip to the art museum. 2) The show included both new art and art from the different past.

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Mar 14, 2018

Answer:

Well.

Explanation:

to the art museum, here museum is the object for the preposition "to". art functions like an adjective.

It is grammar rule if two nouns put one by one then the first noun acts like an adjective though it is not a true adjective.

to the art museum---it is a preposition phrase.

from the different past. It is another prepositional phrase. Past is acted like a noun.

past parts of speech can be acted an adverb, noun, preposition, adjective too.

Hope it works.