prepositions

Grammar tag

Prepositions of Time

Prepositions allow us to talk about the relationship between two words in a sentence. Here, we will discuss the different prepositions of time in English.

 

Prepositions of Place

Prepositions allow us to talk about the relationship between two words in a sentence. Here, we will discuss the different prepositions of place in English.

 

Compound Prepositions

Compound Prepositions or complex prepositions consist of two or more words that function as a single preposition. You'll learn about them here!

 

Prepositions of Direction and Movement

As their names suggest, prepositions of direction and movement show a movement from one place to another or show a particular direction.

 

Prepositions of Manner

Prepositions of Manner which is also called Prepositions of Method express how a certain thing happens or is done. In this part, we will discuss them.

 

Participle Prepositions

Some participles (i.e. verbs ending with '-ing', '-en' or '-ed') can sometimes act as a preposition. In this lesson, we will learn about the most common ones.

 

Prepositional Phrases

What are prepositional phrases? Generally, as its name requires, prepositional phrases are phrases made of prepositions. To get to know them, read the article.

 

Prepositions

Prepositions can refer to many things. Since there are a lot of prepositions in the English language and they are used a lot, we have to learn them completely.

 

On vs. Onto

Have you ever been confused about which of the prepositions 'on' and 'onto' you should use? Learn more in this lesson.

 

On vs. Upon

'On' and 'upon' are said to be equivalents and can be interchanged. In this lesson, we will learn when to use each of them.

 

On vs. Over

Have you ever wondered where to use 'on' and where to use 'over?' In this lesson, we will learn when to use each of them.

 

On, In, or At The Beach

You enjoyed some time near the sea and the beach, and now you are uncertain if it is 'on the beach,' 'in the beach,' or 'at the beach?'

 

On or At The Weekend

The final days of every week that are off days are called the weekend. But how do we refer to it? Is it 'on the weekend' or 'at the weekend?'

 

On or In The Train

Are you confused if you are 'on the train' or 'in the train'? Check out this lesson to learn which one you should use?

 

On or In The Picture

Have you ever wondered how to talk about the contents of a photo? In this lesson, we will learn how to say it.

 

On or In Month

Do you want to refer to a specific date? Is it 'in month' or 'on month'? In this lesson, we will learn which is correct.

 

On or In The Internet

Internet is an inseparable part of our lives, and we always refer to its data. But how can we talk about them? Do we use 'in the internet' or 'on the internet'?

 

On or In Vacation

Have you spent your free time well? But how can you refer to it? Is it 'on' or 'in vacation'? Find out in this lesson!

 

In vs. Into

'In' and 'into' are prepositions that may confuse learners. In this lesson, we will learn when to use each of them.

 

In vs. Within

We use both in and within to identify that an object is inside something else. However, there are differences among them which we will learn in this article.

 

In or At The Beginning

You want to refer to the start of an action or event, but you're uncertain if you should say in the beginning or at the beginning?

 

In or At School

Have you ever been confused about if you should use 'in school' or 'at school'? We will find out which is correct in this lesson.

 

In or At The Office

Have you ever wondered if you should use 'in the office' or 'at the office' to refer to your presence? We will learn more about them in this lesson.

 

In or At The End

Everything comes to an end but how do you say it? Is it 'in the end' or 'at the end'? We will learn more about them in this lesson.

 

At or On Date

Have you ever wanted to talk about an appointment but were not sure hw to address it? In this lesson, we will learn if it is at or on a date.

 

At or In University

'At university' and 'in university' are used in the English language but which one should be used and when to use each one of them.

 

In vs. At

'In' and 'at' are prepositions that are used for showing time. In this lesson, we will learn their uses and differences.

 

At or On The Level

When we want to compare two objects we can use 'level' but how do we say it? In this lesson, we will learn if it is 'on the level' or 'at the level.'

 

To vs. Into

'**To**' and '**into**' are close in pronunciation but they are completely different in usage and meaning. In this lesson, we will learn their difference.

 

To vs. In Order To

'To' and 'in order to' are widely used, but you may confuse their interchangeability and their differences.

 

To vs. For

'To' and 'for' are prepositions that may confuse learners. In this lesson, we will learn their uses and differences.

 

To vs. Toward

We use prepositions of movement like 'to' and 'toward' to talk about directions and motions. In this lesson we will learn their uses and differences.

 

To or Too Much

When we want to say that something is more than necessary we use 'to much' or is it 'too much'?

 

For vs. Since

Both 'for' and 'since' are used to talk about how long an action continues. In this lesson, we will learn their uses and differences.

 

To or For Someone

Is it 'to someone' or is it 'for someone?' In this lesson, we will learn when and how to use each of them.

 

For vs. During

We use 'for' and 'during' to indicate time but there are differences between them. In this lesson, we will learn their uses and differences.

 

With vs. By

'With' and 'by' are prepositions that are used in various cases and have their differences. In this lesson, we will learn their differences and their uses.

 

With vs. Within

In this lesson, we will learn the differences between 'with' and 'within' and when to use them.

 

With vs. Along With

Are you confused about when to use 'with' or 'along with' or if they are interachangeable?

 

With vs. For

'With' and 'for' are commonly used words in the English language. In this lesson, we will compare 'with' and 'for' and look at their uses.

 

With or In Regard To

Are you confused if you should use 'with' or 'in' with 'regards to?' In this lesson, we will learn which is correct and can be used.

 

From vs. Of

In this lesson, we will learn the differences and uses of prepositions 'from' and 'of.'

 

With vs. Through

Are you confused about the difference between 'with' and 'through'? In this lesson, we will learn their uses and differences.

 

From vs. Since

'From' and 'since' are both used to talk about a specific time period. In this lesson, we will learn their uses and differences.

 

By vs. Until

'By' and 'until' are both used to talk about time but there are differences between them. In this lesson, we will learn more about their uses and differences.

 

By vs. Via

'By' and 'via' are commonly confused by English learners. In this lesson, we will learn when to use each of them and their uses.

 

For or On

When we are talking about certain times, which preposition of time can we use? In this lesson, we will learn when to use 'for' and 'on.'

 

From vs. Between

'From' and 'between' are prepositions widely used in the English language. In this lesson, we will learn their uses and differences.

 

From or By Someone

Is the gift 'by' someone or is it 'from' someone? Is this book written 'by' or 'from' someone?

 

From vs. Than

'From' and 'than' are prepositions with entirely different meanings, but they are confusing for some English learners. In this lesson, we will learn why!

 

By vs. From

'From' and 'by' are prepositions in the English lngauage. In this lesson, we will learn their uses and differences.

 

By vs. Before

'By' and 'before' are mainly confused when they are referring to time. In this lesson, we will learn their uses and differences.

 

By vs. At

'By' and 'at' are both used to show 'time' which is why they might confuse learners. In this lesson, we will learn their uses and differences.

 

By vs. Per

'By' and 'per' are prepositions that refer to measurments. In this lesson, we will learn their uses and differences.

 

By vs. Within

'By' and 'within' may confuse learners. In this lesson, we will find out why and discuss their uses and differences.

 

By or Through

'By' and 'through' are commonly mistaken by learners. In this lesson, we will learn their difference and find ut when to use each of them.

 

By or On

'By' and 'on' may confuse the learners when it comes to referring to time. In this lesson, we will learn their differences and find out when to use them.

 

On vs. In

'On' and 'in' are both prepositions that show time which is why they are confused by learners. In this lesson, we will learn their uses and differences.

 

Of

'Of' is one of the most important prepositions in English grammar that has a large number of functions. In this lesson, we will learn it in detail.

 

Because vs. Due To

'Because' and 'due to' talk about results, but they have differences. In this lesson, we will learn their similarities and differences.

 

As vs. Like

'As' and 'like' are used as conjunctions and prepositions. In this lesson, we will learn their similarities and differences.

 

Due To vs. Owing To

'Due to' and 'owing to' are prepositions that express cause and effect. In this lesson, we will learn their similarities.

 

Due To vs. Caused By

'Due to' and 'caused by' are prepositions that express cause and effect. In this lesson, we will learn their similarities.

 

Due To vs. Because Of

'Due to' and 'because of' are prepositions that express cause and effect. In this lesson, we will learn their difference.

 

Although vs. Despite

'Although' and 'despite' are used to convey contrast. In this lesson, we will learn their similarities and differences.

 

While vs. During

'While' and 'during' are similar in meaning but they are grammatically different. In this lesson, we will learn all about them.

 

Even Though vs. In Spite Of

'Even though' and 'in spite of' are synonyms. In this lesson, we will learn when to use each of them and their parts of speech.

 

As Long As vs. Until

'As long as' and 'until' are used to express time. In this lesson, we will discover their similarities and differences.

 

Among vs. Between

Many people think about the differences and similarities between 'among' and 'between'. So, come with me so as to make progress in your learning process.

 

Beside vs. Besides

Although these two only differ in one letter, they are different. Here, we're about to learn all there is to the.

 

Before vs. Beforehand

This time, we're gonna delve into the differences between 'before' and 'beforehand'. Are you ready? Still interested in learning? Brilliant.

 

Despite vs. In Spite of

Are these two really the same or do they have some differences? These two are common among native speakers, if you don't already know.

 

For vs. Since

This time, we're gonna analyze two confusing grammatical prepositions. These two are widely used among native speakers.

 

Into vs. In to

Let's work on some confusing grammatical pairs. If you're still interested in expanding your knowledge and improving your language proficiency, join me.

 

Off vs. Of

This time, let's focus on some grammatically confusing words. Do you wanna expand your knowledge of the English language? Join me, then.

 

Onto vs. On to

In this lesson, we're gonna delve into the more grammatically confusing words. Are you ready? Do you still wanna learn? Let's go.

 

On time vs. In time

This time, we're gonna delve into more grammatically confusing words. I'm pretty sure you've heard them before. Wanna come in? Join me.

 

Under vs. Below

This time, we're gonna talk about all the differences and similarities between these two. If you're ready to expand your knowledge, come on.

 

Talk to vs. Talk with

In this lesson, we're gonna analyze the prepositions that come with this verb. Do you wanna know what you should do?

 
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