English Prepositions Explained – Jenea Scott
What you’ll learn
After this course, you will be able to speak confidently knowing you can communicate exactly what you mean.
You will become competent in how to give the exact location of something.
You will become proficient in using ordinal numbers.
You will learn how to properly relay the days and dates of events, special occasions, or holidays.
You will digest how to politely ask for directions.
You will master giving directions to or from a location.
You will study common errors in using prepositions, and learn how to avoid them.
You need to be able to form basic English sentences.
You need to have at least 10 minutes per day to study and practice.
You need to be a self-starter.
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English prepositions are part of an exclusive club: they don’t allow newcomers and don’t follow any rules. But that doesn’t mean we can’t still get to know them.
There are more than 45 common prepositions in English, and even more uncommon ones. If you add prepositional phrases to that list, you will have a mountain of information that would seem impossible to learn.
So why are prepositions so important to know? To put it simply, prepositions give what we say meaning; they provide clarity to our listeners.
If I said, “It is important to wait.” The sentence makes sense, but it is unclear what I am talking about. But if I said, “It is important to wait for love.” That sentence is specific and brings clarity to what I’m trying to say.
This course was designed to tackle prepositions in the areas of place, time, and direction. Each section will give you an overview as well as a real-time review of what we covered. The materials used in this course consist of real-life situations and conversations that you would actually hear and find useful to know. I have also included a variety of independent study materials to help you review and practice what you are learning.
This is a living course and will be updated somewhat regularly with new materials, quizzes and lectures.
So enroll today and master the art of truly expressing what you mean.
Who this course is for:
- You should take this course if you are finding it difficult to be understood.
- You should take this course if you are constantly being asked “What do you mean?”
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