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Module 1: Prepositions

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Grammar - Prepositions

Prepositions

The word preposition is derived from the Latin word praepositio, and means
A preposition is a word used to show the relationship with nouns, pronouns
or other words in a sentence.

A preposition can tell e.g. We will meet midday.

A preposition can tell e.g. I stayed home today.

A preposition can tell e.g. My friend travelled plane.

Common prepositions are:

about, above, across, after, along, among, around, as, at, before, behind,
below, beneath between, by, concerning, despite, during, for, from, into,
like, of, off, outside, past, regarding, since, till, to, under, until,
with

Explore the use of common prepositions in the following animation.

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