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Prepositional Phrase Reference

Prepositional Phrase Reference

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Published by Sidney Weedy
EFL prepositions
EFL prepositions

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Published by: Sidney Weedy on Nov 30, 2013
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Prepositional Phrase Reference

Here is a reference sheet of some of the most common prepositional phrases arranged by preposition:

AT at first at least at most at times at any rate at last at the latest at once at short notice at an advantage at a disadvantage at risk at a profit / loss

BY by accident by far by all means by heart by chance by and by by the way by the time by no means by name by sight by now by then

FOR for now for instance for example for sale for a while for the moment for ages for a change for better or worse

FROM from now on from then on from bad to worse from my point of view from what I understand from personal experience

UNDER under age under control under the impression under guarantee under the influence of under obligation under no obligation under suspicion under his thumb under discussion under consideration

WITHOUT without fail without notice without exception without someone's consent without success without warning

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