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Prepositional complement
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This section deals with the Noun Phrase (NP) as a prepositional complement.

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The following phrases illustrate the use of the NP Peke Donia as a prepositional complement:

Example 1

a. Oan Peke Donia
to Peke Donia
To Peke Donia
b. Efter Peke Donia
behind Peke Donia
Behind Peke Donia
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