Questions tagged with preposition

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Preposition
Is it possible to say: " We are 'in' war with Russia"
preposition 0 votes, asked Mar 06 by Fuad Hirad
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english language preposition
fill these with preposition 1.we failed to agree____a common plan of action. 2.when i exlained my plan of action to ...
preposition grammer -1 votes, asked Feb 26 by siddharth
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preposition
Please help me. I am just curious about this sentence."Our products were made of used papers"In this sentence, can i ...
preposition made of from 0 votes, asked Dec 09 '13 by 김영주
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Preposition mistake
What preposition should I use after "call" in this sentence: " He didn't even have the intelligent to call ..........
preposition After call 0 votes, asked Sep 28 '13 by Nguyen Thi Xuan Hy
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Use of "as of"
The web site of an educational institution (SFU) has the following guideline: "if you have not completed a certificate, degree ...
preposition as-of 0 votes, asked Jul 10 '13 by Arthur Menu
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Preposition
If I posted a question on/at an online group, and want to tell my friends about it, what should I ...
preposition +2 votes, asked Jun 28 '13 by Rose Wells
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Ending on Prepositions
I remember a long time ago that I was told that ending on prepositions was a sin. However, recently I ...
ending preposition churchill sin 0 votes, asked Jun 08 '13 by sweetmusicality
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Out for school? Out for work?
Hi. Just wondering if you ever say "out for school" or "out for work" instead of "gone to school" or ...
preposition 0 votes, asked Jun 05 '13 by T Uchimura
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Gerunds as Prepositions
Often I see gerunds used in a prepositional manner. For instance: 'I saw him hitting John' or 'the documents concerning ...
gerunds participle preposition +1 vote, asked May 30 '13 by Geoffrey
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Grammar problem - Preposition 'from' missing.
Is this age-old statement grammatically correct: "To whom much is given, much is expected."?
preposition fixed statement 0 votes, asked May 03 '13 by Lateef Oladeji
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