This GED Practice Test language arts question comes from the Parts of Speech section of our GED Online Course. The Parts of Speech lesson breaks down nouns, verbs, adverbs, pronouns, adjectives, and more.
The correct solution is (D). 3. From, to, and for are prepositions. A preposition is a relationship word; it shows the relationship between two nearby words.
Prepositions help to tell information such as direction, location, and time. To, for, and with are prepositions. Another example is “The desk is in the classroom.” In this sentence, the preposition is “in” because it’s describing the location of the desk.
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