Prepositions Preposition can be defined as "A word governing, and usually preceding, a noun or pronoun and expressing a relation to another word or element in the clause, as in 'the man on the platform, 'she arrived after dinner', what did you do it for?"
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Types of Preposition There are various types of prepositions described below with proper definition and examples: Simple Preposition Compound Preposition Phrase Preposition Participle Preposition Double Preposition . Other Preposition (preposition of place, preposition of time, preposition of direction)
Simple Preposition Simple prepositions are used in the simple sentences. Some of the simple prepositions are in, on, at, to, from, with, by, about, over, under, off, of, for, etc.
Basics prepositions Preposition Transport location time AT On (at) Bicycle, train-covers big area. boat,car if its small How you get there? (day) -on mon. IN BY END time
Word of the day Aphorism-a short clever saying that is intended to express general truth synonyms- maxim, saying.