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They will go to the zoo if they finish their errands. The Object of the Preposition: In all the examples, the object of the preposition will be the last word and only the last word of the prepositional phrase.
He turned it on. This means, unlike verbs and nouns, no new words are added to this group over time. The squirrel hid the nuts under a pile of leaves. The meaning of the verb "call" is transformed by the addition of the prepositional adverb "off," creating an entirely new meaning.
His shirt is off. Adverbial prepositional phrases are usually movable, but with one position likely to be more effective than the other positions. To refer to an object higher than a point, use the prepositions over and above.
I must insist on following this rule. The lawyer said he will meet with your representatives.
A nice restaurant.