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To/At“At” tells where an object or subject is while “to” refers to another location. For example:We arrived at the station.Mary returned to the store.For/Since“For” measures time while “since” refers to a specific period. For example,He has been traveling for five years.He’s been with the company since it was established.Dates and TimesUse “in” or “for” with general measurements and “on” or “at” for specific dates. For example:Muriel has a meeting in the morning.The term paper is du
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To/At“At” tells where an object or subject is while “to” refers to another location. For example:We arrived at the station.Mary returned to the store.For/Since“For” measures time while “since” refers to a specific period. For example,He has been traveling for five years.He’s been with the company since it was established.Dates and TimesUse “in” or “for” with general measurements and “on” or “at” for specific dates. For example:Muriel has a meeting in the morning.The term paper is du

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Prepositions of time and place - article

An article on different approaches to teaching the prepositions of time and place, at, in and on.

A global explanation for the different uses of the prepositions of place AT, ON, IN.

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A global explanation for the different uses of the prepositions of place AT, ON, IN.

in/with hindsight

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Everyday Grammar: Put Prepositions in Their Place

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LibGuides: Centre for Learning and Study Support (CLaSS): Grammar Toolkit/Verbs with Prepositions

Grammar Toolkit/Verbs with Prepositions - Centre for Learning and Study Support (CLaSS) - LibGuides at De Montfort University

Prepositions with Verbs

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Prepositions with Verbs

Depending on the object you can agree with, on, about or to something. All of these prepositions can be connected to a noun, so the nature of the object decides the appropriate preposition. Here’s which is which: Agree with someone or somethingYou agree with someone or something when you share or accept an opinion.Paul said climate change is a real thread. I agreed with Paul.You can also agree with the way something is done, particularly when that method is a matter of opinion or style.

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Depending on the object you can agree with, on, about or to something. All of these prepositions can be connected to a noun, so the nature of the object decides the appropriate preposition. Here’s which is which:   Agree with someone or something You agree with someone or something when you share or accept an opinion. Paul said climate change is a real thread. I agreed with Paul. You can also agree with the way something is done, particularly when that method is a matter of opinion or style.

Using "agree" and prepositions - with, on, to, about - English Lessons Brighton

Using agree with prepositions, for opinions, agree to something, agree on subjects - explanations and examples.

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With regard to ‘regarding’ | Sentence first

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