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what is the prepositional phrase in the following sentence, What is the price of the blue 2006 Honda Civic in the last row of cars on the lot?

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    This sentence has four prepositional phrases.

    of the blue 2006 Honda Civic
    in the last row
    of cars
    on the lot

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