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# Prepositional Phrases functioning as Subject

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04 Jul 2018, 06:38
Can Prepositional Phrases function as Subject in a sentence.
I have read that there are limited idiomatic examples of it.
Can somebody share those examples
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05 Jul 2018, 00:57
aashishchawla wrote:
Can Prepositional Phrases function as Subject in a sentence.
I have read that there are limited idiomatic examples of it.
Can somebody share those examples

got some though "A number of " before the subject
and SANAM pronouns with prepositions

does somebody know other than these
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15 Jul 2018, 10:12
aashishchawla wrote:
aashishchawla wrote:
Can Prepositional Phrases function as Subject in a sentence.
I have read that there are limited idiomatic examples of it.
Can somebody share those examples

got some though "A number of " before the subject
and SANAM pronouns with prepositions

does somebody know other than these

1. Prepositional Phrases function as Subject in a sentence - answer NO!
2. A number of - noun modified by a prepositional phrase of...You need to know what goes after SANAM only to know does it take plural/singular verb. By the way a number of is always plural
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