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What Is Preposition? Lesson No 1 English Grammar Ielts Exams Preparation

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What Is Preposition ? Lesson No 1 English Grammar Ielts Exams Preparation

Meaning Of Preposition :

The Noun or Pronoun which is utilized with a Preposition is called its Object. It is in the Accusative case and is said to be administered by the Preposition.

Another Definition Of Preposition:

A Preposition is a word placed before a noun or a pronoun to appear in what relation

The individual or thing meant by it remains as to something different.

1. There is a deer in the wilderness.

2. He is keen on perusing.

3. The creature bounced off the table.

Accordingly, in sentence 1, the noun wilderness is in the Accusative case, administered by the Preposition in.

In sentence 2, the word of shows the relation between the trait communicated by the modifier intrigued and perusing.

In sentence 3, the word off shows the relation between the activity communicated by the action word bounced and the table.The words in, in, off are here utilized as Prepositions.

Clarification Of Preposition Examples:

It will be seen thatin

In sentence I, the Preposition connects a Noun to another Noun;

In sentence 2, the Preposition connects a Noun to an Adjective;

In sentence 3, the Preposition connects a Noun to a Verb.

Sorts of Prepositions

Prepositions might be orchestrated in the accompanying classes :-

on, out, through, till, to, up, with,At, by, for, from, in, of, off.

Employments Of Preposition :

1-A Preposition may have at least two objects; as,

The street runs over slope and plain.

A Preposition is normally placed before its object, yet now and then it tails it; as,

1-What bend you considering?

2-That is the kid (whom) I was talking about.

3-What are you taking a gander at?

4-Here is the watch that you requested.

5-Which of these seats did you sit on?

Impotant thing about preposition:

(i)The Preposition is-frequently placed toward the end when the object is an inquisitive pronoun

(ii)When the object is the Relative Pronoun that, as in sentence 1, the Preposition is

continuously placed toward the end.

(iii)Sometimes the object is placed first for accentuation; as,

  1. This I demand.
  2. He is known all the world over.

Uses of dare,used to