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A preposition is a word governing, and usually preceding, a noun or pronoun and expressing a relation to another word or element in the clause.

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I guess 'with' has a longer association than 'by'. She came here with a bag. She came here by a bus. 'by', I guess, is used as a means to perform a task. After the task is over, we let it go. It is …
answered Sep 2 '14 by Ramit
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When we are using look as appear, the comparative preposition like may or may not be used. The following sentence is from Oxford dictionary. You made me look a complete fool!
answered Sep 8 '13 by Ramit
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__ English, Hindi & French, I like English the most. OALD definition of between doesn't list anything that would make me choose this word for this sentence. 3rd point of among lists that it's us …
asked Feb 27 '14 by Ramit