Grammar is for a preposition

What are prepositions?

Prepositions, too Prepositions called, have different Functions.

  • Prepositions help one Place or space to describe:
    on, under, at, from, in

  • Prepositions help to find an exact one Point in time or a period to describe:

until, since, from, while, now

  • Prepositions help one Relationships to describe:
    except, against, against, for, with

Properties of prepositions

A preposition shows how a noun is related to another noun.

Examples:
The dirty shoes are on the doormat.
The dog is under the table.

Prepositions hide

Prepositions can also hidden be. How it works?
A preposition can be associated with a items unite into a new word.

Examples:
on the jungle gymon the climbing frame
under the bedunder the bed
on the shelfon the shelf

The following prepositions can precede an article:
on, on, at, through, for, behind, in, over, around, under, from, in front of, to

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Prepositions challenge: dative and ...

Prepositions are immutable. However, they sometimes call for a specific case for the following nouns.


These prepositions usually require ...

... the dative:
The ball is in the goal.
( Where is the ball?)

The following prepositions require the dative:
from, from, at, with, to, since, from, to

accusative

However, prepositions can also require the accusative:

The striker shoots the ball into the goal.
( Where does the striker shoot the ball?)

The following prepositions require the accusative:
until, through, for, against, without, around

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Prepositions do not change

Words are differentiated according to mutable (flexable) and immutable (inflexible) words.

Basic changeable
Parts of speech are ...
Basic immutable Parts of speech are ...
noun (Name word)
verb (Action word)
adjective (Adjective)
items (Companion)
pronoun (Pronoun)
Numerals (Numerical word)
adverb (Circumstance word),
preposition (Preponderance)
conjunction (Connective word)
Mutable parts of speech you can decline, d. that is, they must be inflected according to gender, number and case. Immutable parts of speech you can do not decline.