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Agency prepositional phrase

From Teflpedia

An agency prepositional phrase is a prepositional phrase with a preposition of agency as its head and which acts as a prepositional phrase adverbial. These express who or what does something (i.e. help identify who or what is the agent).

In English, for example, we have to use one in a long passive clause:

The Mona Lisa was painted by Leonardo da Vinci.

The main English prepositions used for this (i.e. as a preposition of agency) is by, but sometimes with is used as well.

She walked to the park with her friend.