REPÚBLICA BOLIVARIANA DE VENEZUELA INSTITUTO UNIVERSITARIO POLITÉCNICO “SANTIAGO MARIÑO” EXTENSIÓN SAN CRISTÓBAL
PRODUCED BY: LISYERDI SUHAIL NIO BECERRA C.I – 26.979.173 ENGLISH I
PREPOSITIONS The prepositions are a class of words that usually indicate spatial and temporal relations (Space: under the table /. Prepositions are usually combined with a complement to form a prepositional phrase. This means that prepositions depend on other words that make their meaning different (for example, the preposition for can mean "for", "for", "during" ... according to the word to which it accompanies), that is why we do not Translate prepositions using a dictionary as if they were nouns or names, but understand how they work in each situation. Below you will find a classification of the types of prepositions habitual in the English.
USE OF PREPOSITIONS The prepositions can perform different functions: - To serve as a link between two words or different elements in the sentence: I'll see you at five o'clock - They can accompany a verb serving as a link to its complement. In this case, they may not alter the meaning of the verb or alter it with what constitutes a distinct word. To look (does not alter the meaning of the verb) To look after (to change the meaning of the verb) - When we put a verb after a preposition, in English normally the form 'ing' is used and not the infinitive. 3
You should not go to India without visiting the Taj Mahal.
Types of prepositions
THE PREPOSITIONS OF TIME The most important prepositions of time are in, on, at, for, since and by, but you will find many more in the extended list of prepositions of time. In - Months, years, a time in the future. June On - Days of the week and dates. - on Tuesday At - The hour, punctual moments, some expressions of time. At dawn Learn more about in, on, at. For - Indicates duration. Translate "by". 4 - For 5 days Since - Indicates a specific moment in the
PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE In - Translate "in" or "inside". - The dog is in the house. On - Translate "on" or "on". - The computer is on the table. At - Translate "en". - Paul is at my house. Under - Translate "under". - The cat is under the table. Over - translates "over", "above". - The bird flew over my house. Between translate "between", "in the middle". - The ham goes between the bread in a sandwich. Next to - translate "next to". - Peter sat next to me. Near - translate. - Is there a bathroom near
"from". POSITION OF THE PREPOSITIONS - Since I was born Generally, they are placed before the noun or the pronoun, except in Learn more the following cases: about for, since. By - IndicatesA.) an With the relative pronoun, when followed by preposition, it can be approximateplaced in the final position. moment in time. The girls I study with (for: The girls with whom I study) - "He will be here by 9."
AD VE RB IA L CL AU SE S
B.) In interrogative phrases when they begin with an interrogative pronoun:
AN ADVERBIAL ADVERBIAL AN CLAUSE IS IS A CLAUSE A DEPENDENT CLA CLA DEPENDENT USE THAT THAT USE AS FUNCTIONS AS FUNCTIONS AN ADVERB; ADVERB; AN THE THAT IS, IS, THE THAT ENTIRE CLAUSE CLAUSE ENTIRE A MODIFIES A MODIFIES AN VERB, AN VERB, OR ADJECTIVE, OR ADJECTIVE, ANOTHER ADVER ANOTHER ADVER WITH B. AS WITH B. AS ALL CLAUSES, IT ALL CLAUSES, IT A CONTAINS A CONTAINS AND SUBJECT AND SUBJECT PREDICATE, PREDICATE, THE ALTHOUGH THE ALTHOUGH AS SUBJECT AS SUBJECT THE WELL AS AS THE WELL (PREDICATE) (PREDICATE) MAY VERB MAY VERB BE SOMETIMES BE SOMETIMES AND OMITTED AND OMITTED (SEE IMPLIED (SEE IMPLIED BELOW). BELOW).
Who were you speaking to? (Instead of: To whom were you speaking?)
Adverbial Adverbial clauses of of clauses result result
THE THE ADVERBIAL ADVERBIAL OF CLAUSES OF CLAUSES RESULT RESULT (CONSECUTI (CONSECUTI VE VE SUBORDINAT SUBORDINAT E E SENTENCES) SENTENCES) ARE THOSE THOSE ARE THAT WILL THAT WILL TO SERVE TO SERVE EXPRESS EXPRESS THE RESULT RESULT THE THE OF THE OF ACTION ACTION IN INDICATED IN INDICATED THE MAIN THE MAIN SENTENCE.. SENTENCE
Conjunctions that answer the question "when?", Such as: when, before, after, from, while, how, while, until, until, etc .; Or the paired (correlative) conjunctions: just ... when, just ... when, just ... when, not before ... of
These clauses: It says when something happens referring to a point or point of time, or to another event.
His goldfish died when he was young. He came after nightfall.
Talk about a possible or counterfactual situation and its consequences.
If they lose weight during an illness, they will soon regain it.
In order that, in order that
Indicate the purpose of an action.
They had to take part of their land to be able to extend the cemetery.
Because as given
State the reason for something.
I could not feel anger against him because I liked him too much.
Although, although, while
Make two statements, one of which contrasts with the other or makes it look amazing.
I used to read a lot but now I do not have much time for books.
Responding to the question "where?":
Where, anywhere, anywhere, everywhere, etc.
Talk about the location or position of something. He said he was happy where he was.
State comparison of a skill, size or quantity, etc.
Johan can speak English as fluently as his teacher.
Responding to the question, "how?": Such as, for example, the way
Talk about someone's behavior or how something is done.
I was never allowed to do things the way I wanted to do them.
So this like that
Indicate the result (s) of an event or event.
My suitcase had been so damaged that the lid did not stay closed.
Published on Mar 12, 2018