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Escuela de Idiomas Nathaly Espinosa

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  • 1. WHAT’S A PREPOSITIONS?A preposition links nouns, pronouns andphrases to other words in asentence.
  • 2. KINDS OF PREPOSITIONS SIMPLE PHRASE COMPOUND PREPOSITIONS PARTICIPLE DOUBLE
  • 3. SIMPLE PREPOSITIONS
  • 4. COMPOUND PREPOSITIONS
  • 5. EJEMPLOSo admire somebody for somethingTo agree with somebodyTo apologise for doing somethingTo argue with somebodyTo believe in something / somebodyTo blame somebody for somethingTo borrow something from somebodyTo be capable of doing somethingTo congratulate somebody for doing somethingTo convince somebody to do somethingTo deal with somethingTo depend on something/somebody
  • 6. DOUBLE PREPOSITIONS DoubleOutside From From Out of prepositio of behind beneath ns
  • 7. PARTICIPLE PREPOSITIONS
  • 8. concernigconsidering notwithstanding pending
  • 9. PHRASE PREPOSITIONSpatterns for a prepositional phrase:PREPOSITION + NOUN, PRONOUN, GERUND, ORCLAUSEPREPOSITION + MODIFIER(S) + NOUN, PRONOUN,GERUND, OR CLAUSE
  • 10. EXAMPLES Here are some examples of the most basic prepositional phrase: At home At = preposition; home = noun. In time In = preposition; time = noun. From Richie From = preposition; Richie = noun. With me With = preposition; me = pronoun. By singing
  • 11.  By = preposition; singing = gerund. About what we need About = preposition; what we need = noun clause. Most prepositional phrases are longer, like these: From my grandmother From = preposition; my = modifier; grandmother = noun. Under the warm blanket Under = preposition; the, warm = modifiers; blanket = noun. In the weedy, overgrown garden In = preposition; the, weedy, overgrown = modifiers; garden = noun. Along the busy, six-lane highway Along = preposition; the, busy, six-lane = modifiers; highway = noun. By writing furiously By = preposition; writing = gerund; furiously = modifier.
  • 12. COMMOM PREPOSITIONS

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