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Sentence Correction: Preposition and Idiom Questions - Overview

Which of the following is NOT a preposition?

You're right! Very is an adverb.

In is a preposition as it can link two parts of a sentence.

Example: John lives in Seattle.

In this example, the preposition in links the verb lives with the object Seattle.

Under is a preposition as it can link two parts of a sentence.

Example: John's keys fell under the table.

In this example, the preposition under links the verb fell with the object the table.

To is a preposition as it can link two parts of a sentence.

Example: John went to London.

In this example, the preposition to links the verb went with the object London.

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