The Preposition is an Important part of English Grammar. It helps you to improve your English. We have covered the entire English grammar.
What is a preposition?
Definition- Prepositions are the words that create a relationship with other words in a sentence. They are placed before a noun or pronoun. There are almost 100 prepositions in the English language.
Some Prepositions are- At, in, by, to, through, off, of, on, for, from, with, into, after, before, under, about, near, till, over, between, during, towards, without, behind, among, up, below, down, since, etc.
- I am doing this for my country.
- He is always with me.
These are some conditions where we use the prepositions after the sentence.
A) We use the preposition after the sentence in the passive voice.
- The case is being enquired into.
- The machine is being operated on.
B) If we use ‘Where’ as an interrogative adverb then we should use them at the end.
- Where is he going to?
- Where is she coming from?
C) If we use What/Which/Whose as an interrogative pronoun in an objective case then we use it at the end.
- What program is going on?
- Which house do you belong to?
- Whose house do you live in?
D) If we remove the relative pronouns (whom, that, which) of an objective case then we use them at the end of the sentence.
- This is the toy I play with.
- This is the car I am thinking about.
E) If we use the relative pronoun ‘that’ in an objective case, we use it at the end of the sentence.
- This is the bat that I was playing with.
- This is the house that I was looking for.
This is the first part of the Propositions where we discussed the basic things.