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English Prepositions Rules for Competitive Exams 

English Prepositions Rules for Competitive Exams 

English Prepositions Rules for Competitive Exams

अंग्रेजी Grammar के Prepositions पर आधारित महत्वपूर्ण नियम

इस लेख में हमने अंग्रेजी Grammar के Prepositions पर आधारित महत्वपूर्ण नियमों पर चर्चा की हैं| कृपया इसे अच्छे से पढ़ें, इस नियमों पर आधारित प्रश्न पेपर English Grammar Section (Sentence Improvement, Error Spotting & Fill in the blanks) में सीधे पूछे जाते हैं |

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English Prepositions Rules for Competitive Exams

(1) Attack: After “attack” word no preposition is used.

attack + on/upon/at + somebody/something + with + something

For example:
Rahul attacked him. (Not: on him/upon him/ at him)
Rahul attacked him with a dagger.
Russia attacked Pakistan. (Not: on Pakistan/ upon Pakistan/ at Pakistan).

(2) Describe: Generally, we always use ‘about’ after ‘describe’ but this is not grammatically correct. So, questions are asked in error spotting based on the same rule.

describe + about + something + to/for + somebody

I would like to describe my preparation strategy.
I described the incident to Mukul.

(3) Discuss: Similarly, in the case of ‘discuss’ we also use ‘about’ which is not grammatically correct.

discuss + about + something + with + somebody

I will discuss this question with Atul. (Not: ‘discuss about’ this question)

(4) Explain: Do not use ‘about’ and ‘of’ with ‘explain’.

explain + of/about + something + to + somebody

I have explained my problem to my senior.

(5) Marry + with /to + somebody

My friend married to a doctor.
Navneet married to Juhi.

(6) order + to + somebody + to do something

I ordered my driver to turn right.

(7) order + for + something

I ordered one pizza. (Not: ordered for one pizza)

(8) reach + to + a place

I have reached the destination.

(9) ridicule + at/an/about + somebody/something

His classmates ridiculed him.

(10) ‘Resemble’ means have a similar appearance to or qualities in common with. No preposition is used with it.

resemble + to/with + somebody/something

He resembles his father.

(11) write + to + somebody + a letter

Navneet wrote me a letter.

Or Write + to + somebody + a letter

Navneet writes to me every week.

(12) Listen +  to + somebody/something

Ex: Please, listen

Or, Listen + to + somebody/something

He does not listen to me

(13) approach + to + someplace/something

I will approach him.
The bus is approaching Delhi. (Not: approaching to Delhi)

(14) propose / report / say / suggest + to + somebody

He suggested to Puneet to study well.
He proposed to Rahul that he should improve his score.

(15) advise / beg / ask / encourage / invite / tell + to + somebody + to do something

She asked him to leave her house.
He advised her not to resign.

(16) bring / give / sell / send / show + to + somebody + something

He gave her a rose.
Geeta showed Seeta her new dress.

or bring / give / sell / send / show + something + to + somebody

He gave a rose to her.
Geeta showed her new dress to Seeta.

(17)  Comprise of = consist of
Despite of = In spite of
Enter into = come into / go into
Investigate into = enquire into

English Prepositions Rules for Competitive Exams


English Prepositions Rules for Competitive Exams


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