What is the preposition in the following sentence? Kali worked hard to meet her deadline. A. to B. meet C. hard D. worked3

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  • I believe the answer is A, to. When there is a prepositional phrase, think about "Anywhere a mouse can run" A mouse can't run 'meet' or 'hard' or 'worked', but it can run 'to'. :)
  • A. To
    Remember that a preposition is something you can do to a boat or a plane.
    ei: you can go "to" a boat
         you can go "over" a boat
         you can't "hard" a boat though