HOW TO MAKE EASY USE OF PREPOSITIONS

A Preposition is a word placed before a noun or pronoun to show in that relation the person or Having denoted by the noun stands to something else. 
Some–times it is used after the word it goners.
(a) Here is the boy (Whom) you spoke of.
(b) What are you looking at
(c) When the object is the relative pronoun ‘that’ the preposition is always placed at the end: 
as This is the book that were looking far.
(d) When the object is a relative pronoun or and interrogative preposition is used at the end. 
Sometimes a word takes a certain preposition after it in one context and a different preposition in another context. Some such words are given as under: 
1.
Abide by a thing.
Abide with a person.

2.
Accuse of crime.
Accused by a person.

3.
Apply to a person 
Apply for a thing.

4.
Appeal to a person.
Appeal against a thing.

5.
Angry with a person.
Angry at a thing.

6.
Annoyed at a thing.
Annoyed with a person.

7.
Apologize to a person.
Apologize for a thing.

8.
Accomplice with a person.
Accomplice   in some crime.

9.
Agree with a person.
Agree to proposal.

10.
Attend to a thing.
Attend upon a person.

11.
Award for a thing.
Award to a person.

12.
Account for a thing.
Account to a person.
13.
Affiliated to a university.
Affiliated  with a party.

14.
Burns into tears/ rage.
Burns upon a country.

15.
Feed on grass.
Feed a cow with grass.

16.
Accommodate oneself to circumstance.
Accommodate a person with lodging or loan.

17.
Ambitious for a thing.
Ambitious of getting fame.

18.
Disgusted at a thing.
Disgusted with a person.

19.
Displeased with a person.
Displeased at a thing.

20.
Die of disease.
Die for country.

21.
Differ from a thing.
Differ with a person.

22.
Enquire of a person.
Enquire into a matter.

23.
Eager for fame.
Eager in the pursuit of knowledge.

24.
Furnish a thing to a person.
Furnish a person with a thing.

25.
Familiar with a thing.
Familiar with a thing.

26.
Good at something.
Good for nothing.

27.
Grateful to a person.
Grateful for a thing.

28.
Involve in a thing.
Involve with a person.

29.
Join with a person.
Join to a thing.

30.
Live on food 
Live with a person.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

excellent

Anonymous said...

ise padna kaise h? i mean kaise learn karna h?

Anonymous said...

see the difference ...use of preposition with living things and non-living or abstact

Anonymous said...

good, but iski koi short trick hai kya???

Anonymous said...

sir, plz tell d way how 2 learn these prepositions.

SANJAY said...

thanks a lot

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

Sir, for 13 bit it comes as- AN UNIVERSITY, why A UNIVERSITY. please clarify...

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