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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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Please write to me on/at/to this address. I think at would be more apt. But I'm not sure. My friend told me to. Please correct my doubt.
asked Apr 23 '13 by Sudhir
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While conversing with my friend I got confused between these two sentences: It depends upon the context. It depends on context. Which one is more apt in usage and why?
asked Mar 28 '13 by Sudhir
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Currently available GM fruits stem mostly from plants, but in the future foods derived from GM microorganisms or GM animals are likely to be introduced across / in the market. Note: GM means …
asked Mar 30 '13 by Sudhir