A Preposition is a word or set of words that indicates location (in,near,beside,on top of ) or Some other relationship between a noun or pronoun and other parts of the sentence (about,after,besides,instead of,in accordance with)
There are five different types of prepositions:
- Simple prepositions
- Double prepositions
- Compound prepositions
- Participle prepositions
- Phrase prepositions
Simple prepositions :
Simple prepositions are words like at, for, in, off, on, over, and under. These common prepositions can be used to describe a location, time or place.
Double prepositions :
The double preposition is a proposition that is made by combining two simple prepositions. For example, the phrase “out of” would be a double preposition, since both “out” and “of” are simple prepositions.
Compound prepositions :
Compound prepositions (or complex prepositions) consist of two or more words, usually a simple preposition and another word, to convey location. Some examples are in addition to, on behalf of, and in the middle of. She sat across from Marie.
Participial prepositions :
Participial prepositions or participle prepositions are participles (gerund forms -ing’ or -ed forms). Participial prepositions include: excluding, following, notwithstanding, pending, considering, during, regarding, including, etc. All these participles can function as ‘participle prepositions‘
Phrase prepositions :
PREPOSITIONS. Prepositions are words which begin prepositional phrases. A prepositional phrase is a group of words containing a preposition, a noun or pronoun object of the preposition, and any modifiers of the object.
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