We have sprung into Spring! We are enjoying warmer weather and the chance to be outside sitting in cafes. We're also working in our gardens. This made me think of prepositions, like ' with' and 'of'. There are so many of them, I mean prepositions of place and time, but the more advanced prepositions are prepositions with adjectives. You have to learn the, there is really no concrete rule. I've created a mini lesson. If you enjoy it or want more lessons like this, please let me know. Also, check out Business Spotlight. Get it from me and I get a nickle. Whoohoo! It's a great magazine for business English. Just do it!
There is always more than one answer, so your answers may vary with the answers that I give you, although I've tried to be generous with any answer which could be possible. I've put the answers in the sequence of the most correct first and the next best answer. Sentence 'with': 1. b, 2. c, 3. c. or a., 4. c. or b., 5. c, 6. b. Sentences 'of': 1. b., c., 2. b, 3. c, 4. b, 5. a., b, 6. b., or a. I hope your enjoyed this lesson. Any comments leave here and any likes are welcomed!
ANNABELLE B-BAUMANN, Communication Coach
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