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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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CONTEXT: Nothing compares, nothing compares "to" you. The above context has been taken from a song lyrics. In this why "with" has not been used after compares. Which is correct "with" or "to" gramma …
asked May 22 '17 by user55697
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context: You just come out of the room. You just come out from the room. I am confused with "come out of" and the "come out from".
asked Jul 8 '17 by user55697
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Context: I would like to congratulate all the students for being placed in XYZ company. My question is that why "being" has been used in the sentence as "being" is used for present continuous pa …
asked May 30 '17 by user55697
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I will sit the way I want to! Can I write by using a preposition in before the in above sentence? I will sit in the way I want to! Which is grammatically right?
asked Jun 29 '17 by user55697
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The situation will get better "with the time". The situation will get better "over the time". Frequently, I am encompassing these words. Confused!!
asked Jan 15 '18 by user55697