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                              The Ins and Outs of Prepositions
                              by Jean Yates
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                              TABLE OF CONTENTS
                              Introduction V

                              Part One: The Prepositions
                              How to Use Part One 3
                              1 · About 5
                              2 · Above 8
                              3 · Across 9
                              4 · After 10
                              5 · Against 12
                              6 · Ahead Of* 14
                              7 · Along 15
                              8 · Among 16
                              9 · Around 17
                              10 · As 19
                              11 · At 20
                              12 · Back to*/Back From* 25
                              13 · Before 27
                              14 · Behind 28
                              15 · Below 29
                              16 · Beneath 30
                              16 · Beneath 30
                              17 · Beside 31
                              18 · Besides 32
                              19 · Between 33
                              20 · Beyond 34
                              21 · But 35
                              22 · By 36
                              23 · Close to* 39
                              24 · Despite/In Spite Of* 40
                              25 · Down 41
                              26 · During 43
                              27 · Except 44
                              28 · Far From* 45
                              29 · For 46
                              30 · From 53
                              31 · In 56
                              32 · In Back Of* 68
                              33 · In Front Of* 69
                              34 · Inside 70
                              35 · Instead Of* 71
                              36 · Into 72
                              37 · Like 74
                              38 · Near 75
                              38 · Near 75
                              39 · Next To* 76
                              40 · Of 77
                              41 · Off 83
                              42 · On 87
                              43 · Onto 97
                              44 · On Top Of* 98
                              45 · Opposite 99
                              46 · Out 100
                              47 · Outside 105
                              48 · Over 106
                              49 · Past 110
                              50 · Through 111
                              51 · Throughout 114
                              52 · To 115
                              53 · Toward 121
                              54 · Towards 122
                              55 · Under 123
                              56 · Underneath 125
                              57 · Until 126
                              58 · Up 127
                              59 · With 133
                              60 · Within 139
                              60 · Within 139
                              61 · Without 140
                              * Two- or Three-binations That Function As Prepositions
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                              INTRODUCTION
                              Prepositions pose more problems for the non-native speaker or learner of English
                              than any other part of speech. Why? Prepositions are just little words that never
                              change in form; they are pronounced softly, in unstressed syllables; they aren't even
                              given capital letters in book titles; native speakers choose the correct ones without
                              thinking. How can they be confusing?
                              The word "preposition" has a straightforward definition: a word placed before a
                              noun or pronoun to define its relationship with another word in the sentence. For the
                              learner of English, however, prepositions are anything but straightforward.
                              —Prepositions are difficult, if not impossible, to define without using other
                              prepositions.
                              Example:
                              In the sentence, "The book is on the table," what does on mean?
                              On means "above and supported by."
                              —In no other language are the prepositions (if they exist at all) the exact equivalents
                              of English prepositions.
                              Example:
                              Spanish English
                              Vive en Washington. He lives in Washington.
                              Vive en la Avenida New Jersey. He lives on New Jersey Avenue.
                              El está en el aeropuerto. He is at the airport.
                              Estoy pensando en ti. I am thinking about you, or
                              I am thinking of you.
                              —Many preposition words can also be adverbs or conjunctions.
                              Examples:
                              the preposition down She walked down the hill.
                              the adverb down He put the book down.
                              the preposition after She took a nap after lunch.
                              the conjunction after She went outside after she put the book
                              down.
                              —Many prepositions can indicate more than one meaning or relationship. 内容来自淘豆网www.ebki.tw转载请标明出处.
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