Grammar - 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,
Explore the use of common prepositions in the following animation.
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