The first people in New Zealand were the Maoris.
The Maoris arrived by canoe.
People think the Maoris came from Polynesia.
They were isolated from other cultures.
The Maoris survived by hunting, fishing, and farming.
For meals, the Maoris ate birds, snakes, and lizards.
The Maoris made hunting tools from wood, stone, and seashell.
The Maoris created carved wooden doorways or sculptures for buildings.
Even today, Maori artworks can be found in many places.
They are proud of their ancestry.
Vikings came from Scandinavia.
Vikings were tall people with fair skin.
The Viking way of life involved fighting and robbing.
Vikings spread fear and destruction throughout western Europe.
New trade routes were developed by the Vikings.
Vikings shared their seafaring skills with other Europeans.
The Vikings made a visit to North America.
Vikings controlled parts of Britain and France.
Viking homes were made of logs or boards.
Viking porches were decorated with carved pillars.
Which of these is a prepositional phrase?
2. by canoe
3. from Polynesia
4. from other cultures
5. by hunting, fishing, and farming
6. "for meals" OR "For meals"
7. from wood, stone, and seashell
8. for buildings
9. in many places
10. of their ancestry
11. from Scandinavia
12. with fair skin
13. of life
14. throughout western Europe
15. by the Vikings
16. with other Europeans
17. to North America
18. of Britain and France
19. of logs or boards
20. with carved pillars
21. B -during the night
22. A -against my wishes
23. B -about the accident
24. C -past the tree