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Definition :- Preposition is a word, which is used before a noun, a  noun phrase or a pronoun , connecting it to another  word.
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@  Simple prepositions:  Prepositions which consists  only one word.     e.g. in, on, at, with, against etc. ., @  Compound prepositions:  Prepositions which consists  of two or more words.     e.g. instead of, in the middle of, by the side of etc. .,
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Some prepositions
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Kinds of Prepositions
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Prepositions of Place Some prepositions show where something happens. They  are called prepositions of place. Examples:- Sanny  was sitting  under   a tree. There’s a wooden floor  underneath   the carpet.  Some geese flew  over   their house. John and Sarah were hiding  inside   the wardrobe. There was a tree  beside  the river. I have a friend who lives  in   America.
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 Prepositions of Time Some prepositions show when something happens. They are 
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This note was uploaded on 02/16/2011 for the course ENG 1001 taught by Professor Hager during the Spring '11 term at University of Florida.

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