pre means before or prior to, the position of the US. Noun or Pronoun that word before any sitting position with the Noun or Pronoun Word of the relationship under Sentence him to Preposition. Example: The book is on the table . [The book on the table.] He is in class Five. [ Fifth grade, he fell]
to have Red Hat Sentence On the top of the first the book, and the relationship between the table with Noun. Note that there is no meaning on the term of elimination Sentence-. So on a Preposition. The second word in the string so Sentence- sitting here as a Preposition.
Preposition of in Seven . Eg
1. The Awesome Inc. Preposition:
The usual Preposition Noun, Pronoun Noun the word or prior to byabahita yemana Simple Preposition – at, in, by, of, for, on, over, under, up, from, to, out, with, etc.
2. Just to Just to Double to Preposition :
Some Preposition is twice as byabahita two-d’or. Double Preposition to egulake yemanah into, within , without, towards, upto, etc.
.: Preposition top 3 And Compound
Noun, Adjective Adverb Preposition-d’or like to add Prefix Compound Preposition when he called. For example, across (= on + cross); along (= on + long); behind (= by + hind), etc.
4. Phrasal Preposition:
Preposition with oodles of words have a special meaning when it was published Phrasal Preposition he said. Such Preposition – a Prepositional Phrase – is called. For example – in order to, on account of, in front of, by dint of, instead of, in spite of, in course of, in lieu of, etc.
5. The Participle Preposition:
Some Present-d’or Past Participle is also as byabahita Preposition, Participle Preposition said. For example – regarding, concerning, during , considering, past, etc.
Distiguised Preposition 6 And: sometimes as a Preposition is Distiguised byabahita o-d’or. For example – a taka (one taka ); o clock (of clock); a hunting (on hunting), etc .
7. Detached Preposition:
Preposition at the end of the sentence in question establishes a relationship with the whole sentence. For example – What is Dhaka famous for ? [Dhaka is famous for what? ] Whom were you talking to? [With whom were you speaking]
THE USES OF SOME IMPORTANT PREPOSITIONS (using prepositions)
in in At – used for
1. The Before sitting down to have Red Hat-d’or village a small town. Example For – He lives to have of the Red Hat in in Mirpur / to have of the Red Hat Jatrabari / to have of the Red Hat Shyampur / to have of the Red Hat Sutrapur / to have of the Red Hat Nurpur / to have of the Red Hat Rasulpur / to have of the Red HatMohammadpur / to have of the Red Hat Savar / to have of the Red Hat Sonapur, etc Partition walls for Partition walls for.
2. Sit at a certain time ago. For example -Our school starts at 10:00 am .It break / end at 4: 00 pm. I shall meet you at 3 o clock . He came at 4: 30 pm. It was raining at noon / at dawn . Iwill meet you at 11 o ciock.
Top 3. Mean age was to have Red Hat sitting. Example For – He died to have of the Red Hat to to Sixty / to have of the Red Hat the age of to Sixty to.
In In – use of
1. The sit-d’or in the name of the city. Example For – He lives in Dhaka / in Chittagong / in in in in York to in New to / in London sub region sub region / in Bangladesh / inJapan / in in in Canada / in Singapore, Singapore, Singapore, Singapore / in Srilanka / in Pakistan / in Australia / in to to Hong Kong, etc Partition walls for Partition walls for.
2. Just Sitting in the aý mundan and the year before. Example For – He will come in January / in February / in March, in December, for etc Partition walls for Partition walls.
Hashtag on – the use of
1. The Before sitting down hashtag on the day and date. Example For – He come hashtag on hashtag on Monday / hashtag on hashtag on Sunday / hashtag on hashtag onin Friday in / hashtag on hashtag on Saturday, etc Partition walls for Partition walls for. They Come hashtag on hashtag on the 15,, instant / hashtag on hashtag on the instant hashtag on hashtag on 20 And 29 And And And the instant, etc Partition walls for Partition walls for.
2. Just Yemana sitting hashtag on top of something mean – Put the book hashtag on the table.
Top 3. Sitting hashtag on the sense of taste to survive. In Lives, such as cow to The hashtag on hashtag on grass.
By – use of
1 nirdista down by the sense of the time and the day before. Example For – Come by get get 5 o clock. Come by Monday.
2 kauke made or with whom the sense of the action before or Object. Example For – This is done by him. He accompanied Was by me. To The was to done to Sum by me. Was written to to The Letter To by me.
The use of With
1. The -d’Or by meet with anyone make sense to sit down with.For example – I shall go with him . I shall meet with you.
2. Just Cutting-d’or lend dirua with something to have Red Hat. Example For – He cut the penncil withsharpner / blade.
Among and Between – use of
1-d’or distribute sat between some of the sense of du. Example For – in Divide the mangoes in between the two brothers.
2. Just Most of the dirua will be distributed among the two things sit. Example For – in the guavas in Divide among the boys.
For and Since – Use of
1. The For-d’or hashtag on purpose for anyone to say. Example For – He is waiting for me. He Left for Rajshahi. To I to waiting in Am for you. Belal Left for in in in New to in York to.
2. Just Any amount of time (Period of time) mean for the sitting. Example For –
He has been suffering for a week / for a mundan ay / for a year, etc Partition walls for Partition walls for.
Top 3. Understand the specific date and time to sit since. Example For – He has been suffering since morning / since in in Friday /since Monday, etc Partition walls for Partition walls for.
Word that two or more words, phrase or in khandabakyera that connects to the conjunction. Example For,
Apu and Dipu are two brothers. [Apu, and Dipu two brothers.]
Nipa is a girl but Nahid is a boy. [Nipa Nahid a girl but a boy.]
We should do Sul do Sul dor die. [We are not going to die.]
Provided the first example of the Sentence ‘and’ Apu, and Dipu added the word. Sentence at the second ‘but’ word Nipa is a girl and Nahid is a boy or a khandabakya sentence, linking the two. Sentence at the third ‘or’ We should do the sentence has been added to the sentence die. So ‘and’ ‘but’ ‘ or’etc conjunction or connective words.
INTERJECTION (ananbayi preposition)
Word of the mind or emotions and feelings expressed surprise that he was Interjection. Example For,
Alas! I am undone. [Oh! M exhausted to I.]
Hurrah! We have won the game. [What fun! Won the game We.]
Bravo Do not Do not! You have done well. [Bravo! Well did You.]
To The above example to have Red Hat the First Sentence Alas! Unfortunately, the sudden sentiment has been expressed by the term. Thus, at the second Sentence Hurrah! Sentence by a sense of joy and a third at the Bravo! Has been published by inspiring passion. So they Interjection.