,which many explain [preposition]
... for rolling it out - gerund as object of preposition?
... the children try to predict some words the may hear <preposition?>.
'In' as preposition
'Like' as a preposition
'moral high ground' plus verb and preposition?
'on' preposition with dates
'To' as a preposition with an infinitive
'To' as preposition VS 'to' as part of infinitive
'While' [conjunction vs preposition]
'worth' - preposition or adjective?
"given" - adjective/preposition?
"I have no idea" + preposition?
"in which" relative pronoun or object of the preposition?
"In" preposition or adverbs
"like' a preposition or conjunction
"Please come in" Is the "in" an adverb or a preposition?
"preposition +whom " VS "whom" VS " that "
"straight" before another preposition
"The object of a preposition must follow the preposition...
"underneath"---a noun or a preposition, here?
"using" as preposition
"Which day" in the question without a preposition
[preposition +] "a brief period of time"
[Preposition] I might be puzzled ( ) why she was talking about it.
[preposition] to participation / to participate
<Preposition?> languages there are patterns,
<preposition> times a service charge is included your restaurant bill.
>> Topic summary: Preposition - using <off of> rather than <off>
100% off the matter: preposition off
A match in/at the stadium (preposition)
a preposition meaning 'in front of'
A preposition with the verb "to appoint"
A question about preposing and the preposition with
A question about preposition usage
A tattoo is <preposition?> life.
a walk <on/at> the Great Wall [preposition]
Abbreviation of preposition
about adverb or preposition? how to distinguish?
About appropriate article and preposition
About preposition "of"
about preposition and adverb
About preposition phrases
Access when used as a verb+[ preposition 'to' ?]
Acquired + preposition?
adverb OFF and preposition OFF together
Adverb phrase without preposition
Adverb vs Preposition
Advice + preposition
after as preposition
after having / after you had [after: conjunction or preposition?]
After you: conjunction or preposition
Allocate [money] + preposition
Alteration + preposition
Am I using the right preposition? [go to school, to same class]
among the countries <?> Georgia have agreement [preposition?]
and, 'depending' on ethnic origin, [gerund or preposition?]
answer to questions; transcribe to paper [preposition]
arrive Dehli not Mumbai [preposition?]
Article and preposition usage
as (conjunction /preposition)?
as to (conjunction or preposition)
at a time when (preposition)
At, in, etc, which is the appropriate preposition to locate?
At) what time? / For) how long? (preposition beginning question)
Bar as preposition - only in BE?
Bare infinitive after preposition?
Based on - A verb or a preposition
based on xxxx - preposition phrase or participle clause
Be careful + preposition ?
be that +preposition
be to / preposition to
BE: What preposition? In the street or on the street?
Before (preposition or conjunction?)
behind - adverb/preposition
belong to [Verb+preposition <vs> phrasal verb?]
benefit + preposition
Besides as a preposition meaning in addition to
both (with preposition)
Bridge (preposition) the river
built 'to' satisfy [preposition?]
by planning carefully and <by?> working diligently [repeating a preposition]
Called her into/to his office: preposition
Can "if clause" be used even after a preposition?
can "that" without preposition replace "relative adverb?"
Can a direct object be headed by a preposition
Can a preposition be followed a clause?
Can a preposition followed directly by "that" clause?
Can I end a "the more ~, the more ~" sentence with a preposition?
Can I use "crash something." without preposition?
can the adverb modify a preposition?
catalogue + preposition
catch up with/to/on-preposition
certain uses of the preposition 'for'
Chance + clause /preposition
cite needs object or preposition?
classify + preposition
clause after preposition
clause beginning with a preposition
come November / come Christmas [come: preposition?]
comma after 'about'/before 'and' [preposition; serial c.]: are about,
comma after 'with' [preposition]: most important growth component<,> with a coefficient of
comma after introductory phrase [meaning?, preposition]: In England,
comma after introductory phrase [preposition; serial c.]: Over the...
comma after introductory phrase [preposition]: ...after breakfast, he
comma after introductory phrase [preposition]: Among... factors, the
comma after introductory phrase [preposition]: As one of..., he
comma after introductory phrase [preposition]: At the time of...,
comma after introductory phrase [preposition]: By A, we know that
comma after introductory phrase [preposition]: By telling..., I did
comma after introductory phrase [preposition]: During the visit, the
comma after introductory phrase [preposition]: For ten percent, it
comma after introductory phrase [preposition]: In 2001, terrorists
comma after introductory phrase [preposition]: In many respects this
comma after introductory phrase [preposition]: In the present work,
comma after introductory phrase [preposition]: In the second quarter,
comma after introductory phrase [preposition]: In this article, a
comma after introductory phrase [preposition]: Instead of A, he uses
comma after introductory phrase [preposition]: Instead of answering,
comma after introductory phrase [preposition]: Owing to this, we...
comma after introductory phrase [preposition]: Until 2015, the price
comma after introductory phrase [preposition]: with X, Employers can
comma before 'by' [preposition]; c. splice: be patented, by blurring
comma before 'by' [preposition]: develop a passion, by showing
comma before 'by' [preposition]: justifies them conditionally, by
comma before 'by' [preposition]: provide a forum, by encouraging
comma before 'depending on' [preposition]: are required, depending on
comma before 'despite' [preposition]: exclude Turkey, despite
comma before 'in which' / 'for which' [necessary?, preposition]
comma before 'in' [preposition]: We went to Hokkaido, in Japan.
comma before 'including' [preposition]: in the play, including, Lady
comma before 'including' [preposition]: is everywhere including our
comma before 'into' [preposition]: through a strainer, into the
comma before 'like' / 'such as' [preposition]: stethoscope, like a
comma before 'of' [preposition]: Born in Bonn, of the Electorate of
comma before 'per' [preposition]: attend the party, per her mother
comma before 'to' [preposition]: as I have with you, to the point
comma before 'to' [preposition]: Ethiopia intervenes..., to restore
comma before 'to' [preposition]: He left us, to pay
comma before 'to' [preposition]: I pushed him, to make him...
comma before 'to' [preposition]: zipped his jacket down, to reveal
comma before 'to' / 'for' / 'so' [preposition, conjunction]
comma before 'without' [preposition]: did this independently, without
comma before and after phrase [preposition]: woman, of about 50...,
comma before long phrase [preposition]: side with..., on issues as
comma between 'put' and 'on' [preposition]: Who are you putting on the...
comma or not between two 'for' [preposition]: strive for for the last
comma prepostional phrase [preposition] 100 women and, in a year, he had
comma with 'according to which' [preposition]: a theory, atw., men
comma with 'according to which' [preposition]: findings, atw., they
comma with 'after' [preposition]: verify that, after clicking, the
comma with 'during which' [meaning?; preposition]: two years, d.w.
comma with 'from X to Y' [preposition]: from swimming..., to relaxing
comma with 'from X to Y' in list [preposition]: from conception to
comma with 'like X' [preposition]: and companies like Daimler have
comma with 'without' [preposition]: used, without any caveat, the key
comma with in order to, so as to, so that [preposition, conjunction]
comma with introductory phrase [preposition]: Between 1944 and 1951,
comma with two introductory phrases [adverb; preposition]: Outside in
comma with two introductory phrases [preposition]: By contrast, in...
comma with two introductory phrases [preposition]: In addition, by
comma with two introductory phrases [preposition]: In Sun City, at...
comma, dash or ellipsis after 'except' [preposition]: Except, that
comma/not before 'from'/'for' [preposition]: title, from..., for free
comma/not before 'like' [meaning?, preposition]: detest liars, like
comma/not before 'like' [meaning?, preposition]: was pretty, like a
comma/period before 'with' [preposition]: was in the hospital, with a
Compound nouns formed from verb+preposition?
Compound preposition [e.g., around, inside]
comprehensive + preposition
Confused with conjunction and preposition..
Conjunction "for" [vs preposition]
conjunction or preposition?
conjunction vs. preposition
Consideration - what preposition
contradictory + preposition
Contribute + preposition
Couldn't make out anything + preposition
coverage of cloud <?> the sun [preposition?]
cry + preposition + movie/film
Debt [preposition] someone
delay+ which preposition?
deliver justice +preposition
Difference between preposition BY and UNTIL
different preposition- different meaning?
disorders of/in children [disorder + preposition]
Do I need the preposition 'at' in the following sentence?
Do you always put the pronoun between a verb and preposition?
Does it need preposition 'to'.
Does the preposition 'as' mean 'such as'?
Does the preposition OVER go with HAPPY or UNHAPPY?
down: preposition or adjective
Drive without(a preposition here) by hands
dropping the preposition at
during visiting London [Preposition 'during' + gerund?]
eat away at - question about preposition
efficacy + preposition?
either / neither (with preposition)
ellipsis of the preposition with
ending a clause with a preposition
ending a sentence with a relative pronoun with a preposition
Ending interrogative sentence with preposition
Enmity with/to: preposition
enquiry + preposition
Enter into/inside/no any preposition+house
equal or better of (preposition)
Evoke + preposition
excessive use of the preposition “of”
far from accurate - [an adjective following a preposition]
Festival (preposition?): on/at festival???
fine/all right/ok/good + preposition
Finishing sentences with preposition
flying + preposition
For = conjunction or preposition?
for four months vs four months (without the preposition)
For those functionality really matters to / For those to whom: ["whom" vs. ending sentence with preposition]
For vs of preposition
Frequency of the preposition "of" in English
From/In my experience-preposition
future perfect - preposition
gerund with preposition or present participle
get + 'preposition', '~ed','adjective','infinitive to'
go hard at/in something (preposition)
good at English / due promotion [adjective + preposition? + noun]
Good luck + preposition
Guide + preposition + verb (ing)
happy [+ preposition]
hard to find the proper preposition
Have (causative) + the preposition "for"
have (the) pleasure + preposition
have doubled in two decades [the preposition 'in']
He sneezed [preposition] my face.
HELP + preposition
Hit the jackpot (+ preposition)
hold (meaning "true") + preposition
Hook + preposition
How can I identify "to" as preposition or infinitive in a sentence?
How to distinguish the infinitive "to" and the preposition "to"?
How to get command on PREPOSITION.
How to use preposition on and in when we talk about applications/softwares?
How using preposition correctly?
I requested <information / you to give me information>[request(v) + preposition?]
I wear socks on my feet [wear+preposition]
I wonder if in the school there is a subject 'on' how to manage your time ... (preposition)
in a long time -- what preposition
in or for or any other preposition
In versus At as Preposition
In/on line 3 - use of preposition
In/On/Through the path: Preposition with Path in computing
inclusion or omission of preposition
Indirect object or object of preposition?!
Indirect object without preposition
infinitive or preposition?
inform + preposition
inform + preposition
inquire + preposition
install/mount + preposition (in/into/to...)
instil + preposition
interval, break + preposition
Into - preposition
Intransitive verbs followed by a preposition
Is "compared to" ever a preposition?
Is "rather than" a preposition?
Is "up" an adverb or preposition in the following sentence?
Is it difficult to explain ''which preposition goes with the word?
Is it possible “where + preposition(from)”?
Is it possible to write this sentence without a preposition
is preposition required with home
is the preposition "at" necessary in "At 2-0 down"?
Is the preposition AS necessary here?
is the preposition necessary?
Is there any need for the preposition"about"in this sentence
it comes 'to' singing / wrong 'to' cripple [To - Preposition or Infinitive?]
It is open PREPOSITION from..to/ to/ until/ through
Itinerary for/to/on/in [preposition]
jog my memory + preposition
Join one sentence with another: preposition
know when she left [no preposition?]
lavish vegetation (use of article and preposition)
leave preposition at end of sentence
Leaving out preposition.
like [preposition or a verb?]
like: adjective or preposition
Linking Verb followed with a Preposition Phrase
List of verb with and without preposition
look 'for' [preposition? or other?]
make a fortune + preposition
Make a living without a preposition
make a post ___ the forum (preposition?)
meaning of preposition 'of'
mentioning four days <preposition>
Misread, what's the preposition to follow?
modulate/demodulate [Radio] + which preposition?
more than + preposition
Multiple use of the preposition "of"
Mutually exclusive [preposition]?
Nearby as a preposition (BrE)
Necessity of preposition
Neither of ... nor (of?) - Repetition of preposition?
news - preposition
no preposition after 'surprise'
not in his title but in his daily work (repeat preposition or not?)
notwithstanding as a preposition
obstacle + preposition
OF - preposition of place?
off -- preposition and adverb
offer someone/ provide someone with +preposition +time noun
omission of preposition
Omission of preposition before day [Monday, Wednesday, etc]
Omission of preposition or participle phrase/clause?
Omission of the preposition before days, dates, months, years, period of time?
omission of the preposition of
omit preposition and conjunction
Omit the preposition "by"
omit the preposition "in" after "the success "?
omitting a preposition
omitting of preposition
omitting or leaving preposition
Omitting or using preposition "to"
Omitting preposition "as": be pronounced as
omittion of the preposition "by"
On medication, on drugs - preposition explication!
ON or OVER? That is the right preposition?
on preposition usage
on the ground floor below the flat no 207 [Preposition]
On/ for/ over/ without preposition> two weekends
opposed,contradict,disagree + preposition
outcome + preposition
Participial preposition/noun [e.g., concerning, considering]
past participle + preposition
past simple and preposition for
Percentage - Verbal agreement in the absence of the preposition "of"
Pharasal verb + preposition?
Phrasal verbs + preposition???
Phrasal verbs: putting the preposition
phrase preposition: because of
Place an order (which preposition?) a product/a website
Place an order / preposition
place of preposition "it"
Place without preposition
Placement of the preposition with verbs taking special prepositions
pleasant to live in - clause ending with preposition
Popular + a preposition
Popular + preposition
position of a preposition in a question
possessive preposition, "of"
possibile to substitute "with" with "to" or <not putting / to put> a preposition at all?
pour out their love + preposition + someone
preposition from or out of
preposition with time
Preposition - 'about'
Preposition - <at, in> the centre, the heart ...
preposition - in / at
Preposition - IN or TO or what??
Preposition - register <in, into> the forum
Preposition - to us vs. toward us
preposition -- looks old with his age
PREPOSITION : for or by more than 2 weeks?
Preposition : towards the building
preposition :in and during
preposition :off and out
preposition 'for' = following something
Preposition 'of' after percentage
Preposition 'TO' defying explanation
Preposition 'to' or infinitive 'to'
preposition 'to' with 'give' in passives
Preposition "at" and conjunction "and"
Preposition "at" before the words that have an end with -ing
Preposition "at" time? place? or both?
Preposition "but for" (Usage, applicably tenses)
Preposition "by" in the meaning of time
Preposition "for" and "of"
preposition "in" [interest in E. U. in lifting or modifying the ban]
Preposition "in": necessary?
Preposition "of" and "the projection room"
preposition "of" necessary---of last year?
Preposition "on" with morning, afternoon and night
Preposition "the" (definite article)
preposition "to" and "about"
preposition "to" and sentence structure
preposition "to" vs "for"
preposition "with" and "on course, off course"
Preposition (amount of the cheque)
preposition (in, to)
preposition + (object ) + -ing form.
preposition + adverb
preposition + adverb+ objective of the preposition
preposition + company's name
Preposition + gerund in an adverbial clause
Preposition + Gerund or infinitive
preposition + instinct
preposition + middle school, high school, college/university
preposition + month
preposition + noun + present participle
Preposition + off-campus, off-topic, etc
preposition + participle phrases
preposition + pronoun + ing
Preposition + Relative Pronoun 'That'
preposition + relative pronoun 'that'
preposition + time noun as a verb object
Preposition + vain
preposition + wh- word: can the preposition be moved?
preposition + what
Preposition + which, relative clause
preposition + wine resort
Preposition < so / and >
preposition <in> or <for>
Preposition about time?
preposition after 'drive'
Preposition after 'marry'
Preposition after "motivation"?
preposition after "wail"
preposition after a verb at the end of the sentence
preposition after allocated
Preposition after and?
preposition after babysit
preposition after be teased
preposition after call
preposition after conjunction
Preposition after education
Preposition after important
preposition after the potential
preposition and participle form of verb
preposition and phrasal particle
preposition and relative pronoun [in /to /on /of which]
Preposition and relative pronouns
Preposition and relative propositions
Preposition and the perfect tense
Preposition and verb
Preposition AT in "at the first attempts"
preposition at or end
preposition at the beginning of an absolute clause
Preposition at the end of a sentence (with whom/who...to)
Preposition at the end of a sentence: Where does the bus go to?
Preposition at the end of a sentence.
Preposition at the end of a sentence. Churchill - with which?
Preposition at the end of a sentence. Churchill - up with which I will not put.
Preposition at the end of a sentence. Examples, general discussion, history of the "rule" #19.
Preposition at the end of a sentence. Sentence ending in with.
Preposition at the end of a sentence. What is this for?
Preposition at the end of a sentence. Who did you buy it for?
Preposition at the end of sentence: What were ...cyclists passing silently by?
Preposition at the end of the question
Preposition before "Christmas"
preposition before "he is..."
Preposition before a day
Preposition before means of transportation
preposition before mm/dd?
Preposition before my age
Preposition before NIGHT
preposition before present participle
preposition before the amount of the money
preposition before the relative pronoun
Preposition before the word "button"
preposition before this/next/last
Preposition BY with the simple future tense
Preposition Capitalization in Titles
Preposition Choice: Test On or Test For
Preposition Confusion: In or At?
Preposition followed by a finite clause
Preposition followed by Conjunction
preposition for "night(s)"
Preposition for "reason"
Preposition for adjectives according to speaker's viewpoint
preposition for date (year or month)
preposition for degree
preposition for fonts
preposition for places
preposition for places
preposition for roundabout (location)
preposition for the word computer
Preposition for these words
Preposition from ( where have been removed)
preposition in a question [word order]
preposition in a row
preposition in a sentence
preposition in beginning or at end of question
preposition in front of whether
preposition in negative sentence
preposition in or on [page / unit]
preposition in participle clauses
Preposition location of things
Preposition meaning ‘all the way to’
Preposition needed? This is the pot to grow plants in.
Preposition needed? This is the river to fish <in>.
Preposition needed? Try to focus on important things, not <on> niceties.
Preposition NOT followed by gerund
preposition of <yard> (in/at/on)
Preposition of and from
Preposition of place
preposition of place
preposition of place + (there?) was/were + noun
Preposition of place-at, in
preposition of time
Preposition of time
preposition of time on / on this
Preposition of time: for
Preposition of vs preposition for
Preposition of/ for
Preposition on sentence-final position
Preposition on/above /over
preposition or adverb
preposition or no preposition?
preposition phrase in /with
preposition problem-of, in
Preposition ques.: My site host in, at or with XYZ company?
preposition question [ to / through ]
preposition required after the word "hostility" ?
Preposition separated from verb?
preposition stranding in relative clauses
preposition TO after GO
Preposition to be used after "to fare"
Preposition usage - on work on
preposition use in 'data of gas well numbers were used'
Preposition vs adverbial particle
preposition with 'jealous'
preposition with 'voice'
Preposition with "open-minded"
preposition with a lake
preposition with calendar
preposition with clothes
preposition with delayed
preposition with people
Preposition with place
Preposition with some verbs
Preposition with the word "percent"
Preposition with YYYY.MM.DD-format dates
Preposition, Churchill: the sort of rubbish up with which I will not put. Myth or not?
preposition: < at/ in> the back of the classroom
Preposition: He doesn't need much to play <off of>
Preposition: ... <at, by, ?> the hospital [stopping by/ at]
Preposition: ... <at, in, during> this summer school.
Preposition: ... <at, in, on> <the weekend, weekends>?
Preposition: ... <at, in, on> the weekend?
Preposition: ... <at, in, on> the weekend?
Preposition: ... <at, in, on> this forum?
Preposition: ... <at, in> <the> school.
Preposition: ... <at, in> the concert
Preposition: ... <at, in> the school [use a cellphone ...]
Preposition: ... <in, at> <the> hospital? [go to ....]
Preposition: ... <in, at> <the> hospital? [he is in .....]
Preposition: ... <in, at> <the> hospital? [I am ....]
Preposition: ... <in, at> <the> hospital? [someone is ....]
Preposition: ... <in, at> <the> hospital? [visit him in/ at]
Preposition: ... <in, at> <the> hospital? [visitor / patient]
Preposition: ... <in, at> <the> hospital? [works in / at]
Preposition: ... <in, on> the sofa
Preposition: ... <in, on> the tree house?
Preposition: ... <on, through> computer.
Preposition: ... a survey <?> men and women ...
Preposition: ... agree <on, to, (none)> ...
Preposition: ... and to facilitate its usage <for, to, ?> the public."
Preposition: ... been <at, in, to, ?> ...
Preposition: ... born <on> 12th-03-2004 <in> New York
Preposition: ... end up <at, in> digital abyss.
Preposition: ... has written a guide <?> European manners.
Preposition: ... her travel plans for South America for June to September.
Preposition: ... hospital.
Preposition: ... in/on the boat/ship
Preposition: ... letter/decision <from, of> 4 july.
Preposition: ... sitting <at, upon> the table
Preposition: ... someone gets <on, onto> the top of a train?
Preposition: ... the damage <to, on> my property.
Preposition: ... understand the relationship <between, of> the words
Preposition: ... which I had been using <for, in> the last three years
Preposition: ...stay <at, in> the hotel, ... <at, in, on> the hotel to have breakfast
Preposition: < On / In> the Christmas break
Preposition: <At, in>
Preposition: <at, in> <the> class
Preposition: <by, in, on> the bus.
Preposition: <From> this deposit, Mr X.Y. was supposed to pay ...
Preposition: <In> the week before Christmas the shops are very busy
Preposition: A child plays at his father's feet.
Preposition: A stone came <off, off from, off of> the wall.
Preposition: All stimuli were <at, on, in> the same size.
Preposition: All this came about off of paper
Preposition: are you angry <at, with> me?
Preposition: As the ... facilities will be built <above, on, over, ?> unexcavated areas,
Preposition: at / in the lecture
Preposition: at, in the library
Preposition: at/by/on the sea
Preposition: at/in/on the marketplace
Preposition: based <on/ off of>
preposition: by and next to
Preposition: clear her mind <in, of, off>
Preposition: dabble <at, in, on, with>?
Preposition: do well / get a good grade <in, on> the exam / test [BE? AE?]
Preposition: for / on / in a field trip
preposition: from or in
Preposition: Get <off of> my cloud
Preposition: Get <off of> my lawn
Preposition: Get <off, off of> me; her .....
Preposition: Go <by, on> foot, bus, train, plane, bike, car, ...
Preposition: hadn't taken anything <from/ off of> anybody
Preposition: Have you ever been <in, to> London, Belgium, California, ...?
Preposition: Have you ever been <in/to> England?
Preposition: He is at a lesson. He is in a lesson?
Preposition: He worked <at, in> a bank. --?
Preposition: I ask a question <from, of, to> you.
Preposition: I can't imagine you (in???) this gown!
Preposition: I can't take my eyes <off of> you
Preposition: I have torn a button <away from/ off of> my jacket
Preposition: I live <at, in> Barcelona.
Preposition: I looked for the best in people, ...
Preposition: I made few corrections <in, to> the book.
Preposition: I often have to sleep on or in her bed ?
Preposition: I teach <at, in> a senior high school.
Preposition: I went <hiking to, fishing at, cycling around> the lake.
Preposition: I wish I had more room <in,on> my luggage
Preposition: I'd like to reserve a room <from, on> December 4 to 10, please.
Preposition: I'll be back <in/on> the third week of September.
Preposition: I'm going to take this hat <off, off of> my head
Preposition: I'm jumping <off of> a bridge
Preposition: I'm still in hold <for, of> the mail.
Preposition: I've got no brother to sponge <off of>
Preposition: in the street, on the street, at the street?
Preposition: in, on the committee
Preposition: IN/FOR the past hour
Preposition: in/on flight to
Preposition: in/on the field
Preposition: in/on the island
Preposition: in/on the square - "on the square"
Preposition: in/on the team
Preposition: in/on the town square
Preposition: in/on/at the field/playground
Preposition: In/on/by helicopter
Preposition: It was the happiest day <in, of> Joy's life.
Preposition: Julie wrote the letter <by/in/with> ink.
Preposition: Meg made the statue <by/in/with> bronze.
Preposition: Mr Wang sells snacks <at, in> a night market
Preposition: On bed/In bed
preposition: on or from
Preposition: on or in a ship; on or in a skyscraper lounge.
Preposition: on vs in or at ?
Preposition: Orders can only be placed <with> the web browser Internet Explorer.
Preposition: Please look at the words <in, on> Page 18.
Preposition: Rose got the position <by/in/with> flattery.
Preposition: secretary assistant <at, in> a college?
Preposition: Send me your training requirements <for, of> your team.
Preposition: She fell <off, off of> the horse.
Preposition: She is the best of all _____learning English
Preposition: She looked so beautiful (in/on) her wedding dress.
Preposition: She teaches <at, in> Oxford University.
Preposition: She walked <in, into> the living room.
Preposition: She was in/on my course.
Preposition: Sit <at, in, on> the <ground, bench, table, chair, ...>??
Preposition: Someone is knocking <at, on> the door.
Preposition: Staple your assignments <at, in, on> the upper left-hand corner.
Preposition: The bananas are <in, on> the chair.
Preposition: The birds are <in, on> the tree.
Preposition: The evaluation must be coherent <to, with> the objectives
Preposition: The plaster has peeled <off, off of> the wall
Preposition: The same is true <in, of> other areas of life.
Preposition: The street her house sits <off of>
Preposition: the suspect confessed (to) his crime.
Preposition: the tech bubble of 2000
Preposition: There's a good film <on at> the Odeon.
Preposition: This meeting has been postponed <on, to> January 30.
Preposition: To make a revision <of, on> some contents learnt in previous lessons.
Preposition: Toss the old one and go <off of> the new
Preposition: trying to catch that marlin <off of> Portugal.
Preposition: What's the Spanish name <of, for> this tree?
Preposition: When you get <off of> the elevator
Preposition: you should arrive at least UNTIL April 20th
Preposition: You should be in/on the bed
Preposition: you wish to base the new database <off, off of>.
Preposition: You're drunk <off of> wine coolers ...
Preposition(?) Rules / To and With?
Preposition/s to be used with "Incoterms"
Preposition+Dangling gerund phrase
prepositional complement Vs object of preposition
pressure mounts on/for him to step down-which preposition?
Problems with using proper preposition
Pronunciation of the preposition to
Proper use of preposition - join (with?) us
propose + preposition
protocol + preposition (on, in , for, about, etc) + somethin
Punctuation with a common preposition
reach (v.) + (preposition)
realize <about?> it [preposition]
Relative adverb + preposition at the end of sentence
relative adverbs and preposition
Relative clauses: preposition at end of sentence.
Relative connector 'what' and preposition 'through'
relative pronoun preposition
Repeated preposition after "especially"
Repeating a preposition before a series of nouns.
Repetition of the preposition "on"
Repetition or omission of preposition and article
replacement of preposition
resolute, followed by a preposition
road connects "XYZ" town to/with the town of "ABC", which preposition "to" or "with" should be used?
sad with / by / at [preposition]
see you as able to handle [an adjective after a preposition]
Send me an e-mail / call me + preposition
share experience on (Is 'on' the correct preposition?)
She was thrilled <by/with/about> the find [preposition]
simple but trick question on preposition of
Speak with preposition?
spend time - preposition necessary ?
Starting sentences in a list with the preposition "To"
stunning + preposition
subject with "for" and "to" preposition
Supportive + Preposition
swim under the bridge (ambiguous preposition)
Swoop + Preposition
synchronize + preposition
TALK ABOUT omitting a preposition ABOUT
Teaching assistant <in /for> Italian [preposition]
than + preposition
that (when 'that' is used to avoid repetition, which preposition follows it)
that or what in the clause ending with a preposition
the article considers the concept of whatever [preposition] John Smith
the balance/sweet spot (which preposition?) [three things]
the conjunction 'that' after a preposition
the difference between Preposition and Conjunction
the expense <from> the Hotel Marilott [preposition?]
the gods, paradise (theatre) - preposition
The hoop lands over/around the wristwatch: preposition
The meaning of preposition 'over'
the object of the preposition
the preposition 'from' which confuses me
The preposition 'of'
the preposition 'on' after the verb 'give up'
the preposition 'to'
the preposition 'up' as in the phrasal verb 'end up'
The preposition "at" for locations or places
The preposition "for"
the preposition "on"
the preposition after "drawback"
the price of/for: which preposition to use here?
the role of preposition 'of'
the same + correct preposition
the same + preposition
the subject of a preposition's object
the taxi that we <took / rode / rode in> [correct preposition]
the usage for consequence of the preposition 'to'
the usage for purpose of the preposition 'to'
the usage of preposition "to"
The usage of the "in" preposition in terms of time
The usage of the preposition "on."
The usage of the preposition "to"
The use of "while" as conjunction and preposition
the use of preposition
the use of preposition
the use of right preposition
the use of the preposition ON
the verb governing the preposition
the way/how and preposition 'in'
The word "than" as a conjunction and as a preposition
these are my recipes that he's cooking (x/preposition).
thrilled + preposition
Through preposition or part of a phrasal verb
time preposition before specified interval
To (preposition) + Gerund
To (preposition) + Gerund
to analyse data (preposition) a specific technique
To as a particle or as a preposition
to as preposition
TO as Preposition Or what.??
to be + preposition + noun
to be a symbol of something - use of preposition
to be tired of/from/(or no preposition) + doing
to be willing + preposition + noun/pronoun
to crash + preposition
to die + preposition
to do what he wants with..preposition placement
to drop of a preposition
to follow a verb with a preposition
to have monopoly (preposition)
to is a preposition
to pester - various preposition
to see if you are carrying... [Noun clause; object of preposition or verb?]
To seek revenge ON, or another preposition?
too cool for swimming [gerund as object of preposition]
training - preposition
traveling (no preposition/in/to?) Paris?
treat + preposition
trial is set for Aug. 18 [preposition]
Tricky Preposition cases
two preposition in a row
Unnecessary preposition? I 'll be gone <for> an hour,
Unnecessary preposition? She met <up with> the new coach in the hallway.
Unworthy of | Dangling Preposition
usage of preposition 'to' between subject and Object
usage of preposition "in"
Usage of the preposition "for" at the end of a sentence.
Use of preposition
Use of preposition 'at'
Use of preposition 'at'
Use of preposition 'with'
use of preposition at/in and THE
Use of preposition from and since.
use of preposition on and of
Use of preposition through
Use of preposition to as the object of a gerund
use of preposition.
use of the preposition "after"
Use of the preposition "to"
using 'OF' preposition in a sentence
using "tarry" with any preposition?
using a preposition and an article in a sentence
using complain without a preposition
using for as a time preposition
Using preposition "of"
using the preposition "of" vs. reversed word order
Using the preposition before a gerund clause
Verb + Preposition
Verb + preposition 'on' to denote continuity
verb discuss + preposition?
verb preposition modification
watch people go by [preposition at the end of the sentence]
We have enough food to live <preposition> until the end of the month"
we know not to end a sentence with a preposition. [joke]
What is the correct preposition?
What is the right preposition to explain "less than"
What preposition goes with the word "membership"?
What preposition is used after (permissive)
what preposition shall I use after 'acceptance'?
what preposition should be used after "analysis"
What preposition should be used after "taste"
what preposition should I use? see__the clouds
What size (of) (a) sofa.... singular nouns & preposition
what.....preposition/ preposition what.....
What's the best preposition for the ''to be''?(to x with)
What's with "preposition + preposition" here?
When a preposition can be moved to the end (if it is before "which")
when a question involves "verb+preposition" or "verb+adverb", do we have two ways to start the question?
When do I put a preposition before [here-there]?
When should I put the preposition 'to' before 'each other'?
When to place the preposition before the relative pronoun?
Where is she running to? (preposition at the end)
Where is the best position for this preposition phrase?
where, somewhere (with preposition)
Which is / are the correct preposition and verb?
Which is the right preposition, "I enter the institute (in/-/at) level 3"?
Which noun comes after the preposition "in": tension, or tensity?
which preposition after "cohere"?
Which preposition comes before "the weekends"?
Which preposition goes with jealous?
which preposition is better for underground?
which preposition is suitable for "dread"?
Which preposition is used in these cases?
Which preposition should i use
Which preposition should I use?
Which preposition to use ('at' or 'on' my palms)?
which preposition with "capture"
which society has a great interest in / in which society has [preposition]
Who did .... go ... 'with' ...? [place of preposition in interrogative sentence]
Whom...before a preposition.
Why istn't there a preposition [an article] before traffic?
Why UNDERSTAND with and without preposition?
will future perfect + preposition
With or without preposition
with or without preposition and commas
With- gerund after preposition or due to a part. clause?
With/without preposition in the end of "where" interrogative
word class - preposition or adverb
word order when starting with preposition
year <within which my work ... / which my work ... within> [preposition at end of relative clause]
your age, at your age(preposition)
Zero Relative Pronoun + Preposition at the end
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