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  • Prepositions
    • Prepositions usually express relationships between things and/or events 
      • Types of relations expressed by prepositions
        • Postion: in, under, beside, between, against, below
        • Direction: to, towards, from through
        • Misc: by, with, of , for
    • Prepositions can refer to relations between nouns and verbs or between nouns and nouns. 
      • Between nouns and verbs: Rory jumped onto the dinosaur. (onto relates jumped and dinosaur)
      • Between nouns and nouns: The skull on the mantelpiece is named Trevor (on relates skull and mantelpiece


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