Tricky Prepositions

Tricky Prepositions


Writers Write is a writing resource. Use this infographic to help you with tricky prepositions when you write.

Prepositions are parts of speech that connect nouns and pronouns with other words in a sentence. They usually give information about time, places, and direction. Suggested reading: Grammar For Beginners: All About Prepositions

Prepositions can be confusing. Use this infographic to understand five tricky pairs of them.

Tricky Prepositions

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This article has 3 comments

  1. Kelly

    Ask, think, and heard are verbs, not prepositions. Prepositional phrases begin with prepositions, which in those examples came after the verb (of, to, and for).

  2. Bp

    Awesone

  3. Bp

    Awesome

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