In a virtual classroom visit, Thomas shows how making up your own acronym for the four kinds of prepositions can help you remember them.
Here’s a trick for identifying indirect objects and a way to turn them into prepositional phrases, like magic!
In this excerpt from the Intermediate Cozy Grammar Course, Marie gives a handy way to find the objects of prepositions.
Pablo R. asks, “How do you know when to use after or afterwards?” Here’s a way to tell the difference between them and also the word afterward.
Sometimes people teach that you can’t end a sentence with a preposition in English, but as Thomas explains, this simply isn’t true. Here’s why!
Emilio W. asks, “What is the difference between beside and besides?” Here’s an answer from a recent Ask Cozy Grammar session, complete with examples.
Advay from Noida, India, asks, “How to learn prepositions?” In this quick introduction, Thomas gives examples of prepositions of time, place, and the secret preposition OF.