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Adjectives-prepositions - Aims English

Learn Adjectives and prepositions

Welcome to our Adjectives and Prepositions Lesson! Understanding how to use adjectives and prepositions correctly is essential for intermediate level English learners who want to communicate effectively in both spoken and written English.

Adjectives are words that describe or modify nouns or pronouns, while prepositions are words that show the relationship between a noun or pronoun and other words in a sentence. When used together, adjectives and prepositions can help to create vivid and precise descriptions.

 

Here are some examples of common adjectives and prepositions Rules:
Rules : 1

Adjective + Preposition + Noun
Example : "He is interested in politics."

In this sentence, the adjective "interested" describes the subject "he," while the preposition "in" shows the relationship between "he" and the noun "politics."
Rules : 2

Adjective + Preposition + Gerund
Example : "She is afraid of flying."

In this sentence, the adjective "afraid" describes the subject "she," while the preposition "of" shows the relationship between "she" and the gerund "flying.
Rules : 3

Adjective + Preposition + Infinitive
Example : "I am good at math."

In this sentence, the adjective "good" describes the subject "I," while the preposition "at" shows the relationship between "I" and the infinitive "math.
Rules : 4

Adjective + Preposition + Object
Example : "She is responsible for her own success."

In this sentence, the adjective "responsible" describes the subject "she," while the preposition "for" shows the relationship between "she" and the object of the preposition "her own success."
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