The Preposition is an Important part of English Grammar. It helps you to improve your English. We have covered the entire Engish grammar.
What is a preposition?
Definition- Prepositions are the words which 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 the preposition 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 the preposition 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 the preposition 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 the preposition 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 Proposition where we discussed the basic things. We will further Explain the proposition.