Origin of preposition1
grammar notes for preposition
OTHER WORDS FROM preposition
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH prepositionpreposition , proposition
Other definitions for preposition (2 of 2)
How to use preposition in a sentence
A visual-language data set can therefore teach an AI model not just how to recognize objects but how they relate to and act on one other, using verbs and prepositions.This could lead to the next big breakthrough in common sense AI|Karen Hao|November 6, 2020|MIT Technology Review
If it deserves more notice, perhaps a prepositional phrase will express it.English: Composition and Literature|W. F. (William Franklin) Webster
For this adverbial use of all (here modifying the following prepositional phrase), compare Il Pens.Milton's Comus|John Milton
We tend to abandon specific words like resemble and substitute, for them, vague verbs with prepositional directors, or riders.Instigations|Ezra Pound
Write three sentences containing prepositional adjective phrases.
Name all the prepositional phrases in Exercise 179, explaining whether they are adjective or adverbial.
British Dictionary definitions for preposition
Derived forms of prepositionprepositional, adjectiveprepositionally, adverb
Word Origin for preposition
usage for preposition
Cultural definitions for preposition
A part of speech that indicates the relationship, often spatial, of one word to another. For example, “She paused at the gate”; “This tomato is ripe for picking”; and “They talked the matter over head to head.” Some common prepositions are at, by, for, from, in, into, on, to, and with.