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WEEK 6 - PREPOSITIONS
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MindMuzic, yeah, prepositions
We gonna teach you about
Prepositions, aye, check us out, yo, yo
Yeah, preposition, pre plus position
When used in a sentence is a word that's positioned
Before another word or pre as it's written
And directly relates back to the second word
It connects a noun or a pronoun
Like an adjective or adverb to describe another word
A part “of” speech “From” A to Z “Since” now, “until” eternity
That's four right there, pay attention and you'll see
Preposition, pre-planned position
If you do not know the where or when
I guess you know what's missing
It's the preposition, get on the mission
Listen to the words that we mention
There are two, count 'em, 1, 2 types of prepositions
They’re similar but don't get confused
The first one is time, the second is location
Again, there's a difference, so here's the explanation
She lives “over” the bridge. He hides “under” the snow
Over and under are locations we know
She plays “after” work. He’s “always” outside.
After and always are times described
Now look at the sentence - The cat's “on” the chair.
If we change the preposition, we also change the where
The cat's “with” the dog. The cat's “in” the house.
The cat's “by” the fence. The cat's “near” the mouse.
And we can do the same thing, uh to apply
When something will happen at a particular time
We eat “before” noon. We work “until” three.
We play “after” school. We dream “as” we sleep.
Every prepositional phrase will start
With a preposition and describe a part
Of the sentence in greater detail than
Just a preposition by itself can
If Paul escaped in the car
The word “in’s” the preposition
The car is the noun, which makes the decision
To answer the how, it’s how Paul got away
We call this a prepositional phrase