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84. Seven Things to Know about Prepositions

Prepositions have some important general characteristics, knowledge of which can help grammar errors to be avoided


Prepositions are a regular topic within this blog, but the focus is usually on particular ones rather than prepositions in general (see, for example, … 1,067 more words


Class 23july 2014

Last week I missed class. I texted each student to have a conversation.
Wow! I have a lot of catching up to do. Many posts to write from the past. 547 more words


Foam Stickers Exercise

Got foam stickers? Great way to target prepositions! Today we had our ocean animals go in the water, next to the seaweed, under the sun, and on top of the rock.

Speech And Language Therapy

4.3 Possessive Adjectives


Possessive adjectives are used to show possession of a noun (person, place, thing). In English, we use my, your, his, her, its, our, and their to expression possession. 298 more words


A Proposition for Prepositions

Which prepositions  go with which words? This is what the CMS has to say:

“You fill A with B but instill B into A; you replace A with B but substitute B for A; you prefix A to B but preface B with A; you force A into B but enforce B on A; finally, A implies B, so you infer B from A. 125 more words
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Continuing: The World Cup and Prepositions

Today I’m continuing the post about Prepositions, which I started on June 29, 2014.  (The World Cup and Prepositions)

In that post, I explained the following: 245 more words

Intermediate (Level 4)