Same Preposition use in different sense (Part 2)

Today we will write about Same Preposition use in different sense Part 2 lesson. Preposition usually use in such as word as Noun works like Pronoun. Means, Preposition has object or complement. Never use Verb/adjective/adverb/conjunction/interjection after preposition. To learn how to use correctly in the sentence you should read carefully.

Same Preposition use in different sense (Part 2)

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Same Preposition use in different sense (Part 2)

Before” same Preposition use in different sense

He arrived here before 8 o’clock.
I went there the day before yesterday.
His father died before the Liberation war.
May names appears before yours in the list.
The proposal was put before the planning committee.
He stood before the gate.
I always put quality before quantity.

Between” same Preposition use in different sense

Rubel sat between Karim and Rahim.
You can come between 5 and 7 o’clock.
This bus runs between Rajshahi and Natore.
There is no friendship between them.
Divide the food between the children.
There is no difference between then.
He divided the money between the two children.
He divided the money among the three children.
(Mainly “between” use in two things and “among” use in more then two)

By” same Preposition use in different sense

This play is written by Shakespeare.
You can send it by airmail.
We went there by train.
He came in by the back door.
The girl sat by me.
The film should be over by 9-30.
He is senior to me by two years.
I took her by the arm.
Ten divided by the hour.
You should not sleep by day.
We are paid by the hour.
I swear by Almighty Allah.

For” same Preposition use in different sense

I have bought a shirt for you.
We need furniture for our office.
It’s a knife for cutting bread.
We made an appointment for 15 June.
It has been raining for two hours.
We walked for two miles.
We are leaving for Dhaka.
I bought the pen for 20 Takas.
We could hardly see for the fog.
He works for a bank.
I voted for the proposal.

From” same Preposition use in different sense

The journey started from Narail.
He works from morning to night.
His condition has gone from bad to worse.
We live about five miles from Gazipur.
Subtract five from eight.
Where do you come from.
This line is taken from Hamlet.
I got a letter from my mother.
She is suffering from fever.
Death rates from accidents have declined.
Bread is made from flour.

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