object of the preposition

Every preposition must have an object. Together, they make up a prepositional phrase. You can find the object of a preposition by asking “what?”.

I slept under the bridge that night.

Under what? Under the bridge.

In English, an OP is always objective case.



In Greek, the meaning of the preposition changes based on the case of the OP (BBG 8.3).



See more on this page or this video.

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