# What is/are the preposition(s) of the following sentence?: The constant talking from the audience members next to us was very rude and almost ruined the movie.

Mar 6, 2018

There are two propositions in the sentence:
1) $\text{from}$
2) $\text{to}$

#### Explanation:

The constant talking [ $\textcolor{red}{\text{from}}$  the  audience  members ]
next  [ $\textcolor{red}{\text{ to}}$ $u s$ ] was very rude and almost ruined the movie.

There are two prepositions in this sentence

1) from
2) to

They each form part of a prepositional phrase with a noun (or a pronoun in the "object" case) as the object of the preposition

1) "$\text{from the audience members}$" is the entire prepositional phrase,
with the noun "$m e m b e r s$" as the object of the proposition "$\text{from}$."

2) "$\text{to us}$" is the entire prepositional phrase,
with the pronoun "$u s$" as the object of the preposition "$\text{to}$".

Here's a list of the 49 prepositions

https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/5-word-class-learning-mats-6420993