I heard a sentence from BBC:
So, quite a few different meanings there to contend with, but I hope this helps you to identify which word you might use.
In the first clause (before "but"), there's no verb/predicate. Is it grammatical?
The context is quite simple. It's a BBC English-learning program teaching "behind" & "beyond". I'm using it as an intensive listening material.
The sentence is the last one of the article.
A relative question: Is it better to use the same form of verbs in one sentence?
Later I heard another sentence from BBC:
First of all, to make the difference between 'under' and 'below'.
Is an infinitive enough?
The context is an essay teaching "under", "below" & "beneath" by BBC.