English Words followed by Appropriate Preposition MCQs QUIZ NO.2
Rules APPROPRIATE PREPOSITION PDF download
Multiple Choice Questions
Prepositions in Entrance Tests of MDCAT and ECAT of Colleges are important. Preposition Practice MCQs Quiz is best Preposition Selected from Past FPSC papers. It’s the wonderful Preposition taken from English Grammar. This pages is describe the Rules about use of Preposition in Sentences. The Number of Prepositions are limited which can connect the Different Nouns, Pronouns and Adjectives etc. Preposition is simply the understanding of sentences. We put Preposition where we feel that meaning of Sentence is correct. Preposition makes the Sentences understandable. Most important Prepositions use in this test. Preposition which Frequently used in FPSC , PPSC Exams were selected. Mostly Tests conducted under Union Public Service Commission(UPSC) and Uttar Pradesh Public Service Commission Prayagraj used Preposition our Quizz.
Category : English
Topic : Appropriate Preposition
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Test Type : Multiple Choice Questions [MCQ’s]
Define Appropriate Preposition and Discuss Different Types?
A preposition is a word used to show the relation of a Noun or a pronoun to some other words a sentence.
He always talks about his wealth.
He does not listen to what his parents say.
KINDS OF PREPOSITIONS
- Simple Prepositions : At, by, for, from, in, on etc.
- Compound Prepositions : Along , around, before, below,between, into, outside, within, etc.
- Participial Prepositions: Concerning, considering, judging,regarding, respecting etc.
- Double Prepositions : Two prepositions used with a single object are called double prepositions : from behind, from within, from beyond etc.
(1) A atone came from behind
(ii) The news was sent far beyond the Atlantic.