Thank You for the link.

It says that With is a preposition...

With the proper help, they'll complete the project early.

Contains the prepositional phrase??
Is this correct?
Thanks a lot

Yes, with is a preposition. It is correct as written. It could be written other ways, also.

Yes, the sentence "With the proper help, they'll complete the project early" does contain a prepositional phrase. The prepositional phrase in this sentence is "with the proper help."

To identify the prepositional phrase in a sentence, you can follow these steps:
1. Look for a word that indicates location, direction, time, or relationship between things, which is typically a preposition. In this case, the word "with" is the preposition.
2. Identify the noun or pronoun that follows the preposition. In this case, "the proper help" is the noun phrase that follows the preposition "with."
3. Combine the preposition and its object (the noun or pronoun) to form the prepositional phrase. Here, "with the proper help" is the prepositional phrase.

So yes, your understanding is correct. The sentence contains the prepositional phrase "with the proper help."