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Escuela de Idiomas Nathaly Espinosa
Escuela de Idiomas Nathaly Espinosa
Escuela de Idiomas Nathaly Espinosa
Escuela de Idiomas Nathaly Espinosa
Escuela de Idiomas Nathaly Espinosa
Escuela de Idiomas Nathaly Espinosa
Escuela de Idiomas Nathaly Espinosa
Escuela de Idiomas Nathaly Espinosa
Escuela de Idiomas Nathaly Espinosa
Escuela de Idiomas Nathaly Espinosa
Escuela de Idiomas Nathaly Espinosa
Escuela de Idiomas Nathaly Espinosa
Escuela de Idiomas Nathaly Espinosa
Escuela de Idiomas Nathaly Espinosa
Escuela de Idiomas Nathaly Espinosa
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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