Definition of propositional
1. prepositional [ a ] (linguistics) of or relating to or formed with a preposition
Examples: "prepositional phrase"
(Ralph B. Long. The Sentence and Its Parts: A...)
When prepositional complements are divided as in what are you looking_for ?
Omission of a subordinator pronoun , however , does not result in an increase in stress on a prepositional adverb for which the subordinator pronoun would be object .
In the first of these sentences if by is the complement of come and Tuesday is an adjunct of time equivalent_to on Tuesday , there will be strong stress on by in the spoken_language ; but if a complement for come is implied and by Tuesday is a prepositional unit used as an adjunct , by will be unstressed or lightly stressed at_most .Synonyms prepositional Related Terms linguistics preposition
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