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Transcript of PREPOSITION
: Prepositions which consists only one word.
e.g. in, on, at, with, against etc..,
: Prepositions which consists of two or more words.
e.g. instead of, in the middle of, by the side of etc..,
Place of Prepositions
Time of Prepositions
Direction of Prepositions
on, through, behind, for, beneath, against, beside, over, during, without, abroad, across, among, against, around ,at the end, at the bottom, between, behind, below, by , inside , corner, into, via, after , to , about ,in, on, at, since ,while, under, over, right, left
Preposition is a word, which is used before a noun, a noun phrase or a pronoun , connecting it to another word.
There are three types in prepositions
Prepositions with Adjective , Verb , Noun
Kinds of prepositions
to the office
at the desk
on the table
in an hour
A preposition is used to show direction, location, or time, or to introduce an object.
Preposition Of Place
Some prepositions show where something happens. They are called prepositions of place.
Sanny was sitting under a tree.
There was a tree beside the river.
I have a friend who lives in America
Preposition Of Time
Some prepositions show when something happens. They are called prepositions of time.
School starts at nine o’clock.
We’re going to the zoo on Saturday.
No, you can’t watch a video. It’s past your bedtime already.
Preposition Of Drection
Some prepositions show where something is going. They are called prepositions of direction.
The football rolled down the hill.
The freeway goes right through the city.
We were traveling towards Lahore .
Preposition with Adjective
speaking in public.
The teachers are always
Prepposition With verb
my pencil. Have you seen it?
the show you saw.
Preposition With Noun
Is there a