Friday, April 20, 2018

English 101: How to Use Participial Prepositions


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As you attend classes in an IELTS review center, you will learn the IELTS test format, including its components and various English language lectures that can help you ace the examination. For instance, one language lesson that you need to know is learning how to use participial prepositions.

What are participial prepositions?
Participial prepositions are participles used as prepositions. Basically, participles are verbs ending with ‘ing’. Unlike other participles, participial prepositions don’t necessarily create dangling modifiers when these words don’t correspond to a subject. Here are the most commonly used participial prepositions:

               ·         During – is a participial preposition which is used before a noun (during + noun) when something happens.

Examples:                   Nobody spoke during the presentation.
                                    We get plenty of snow during winter.

               ·         Following – is used after something happens, or as a result of something that happens

Examples:                   Following the months of uncertainty, the government has finally announced its decision.
                                    Everywhere he went, the dog kept following him.

               ·         Including – is used for mentioning that something or someone is part of a particular group or amount.
Examples:                   He will make stops in five Midwestern cities, including Chicago and Detroit.
The entire class in IELTS review center in Cebu was in good mood including the teacher.

               ·         Excluding – is used when not including someone or something.

Examples:                   Excluding him from the plan would just hurt him even more.
                                    Try excluding fat and sugar from your diet.

·         Considering – is used to show a particular fact and when making a statement about something.

Examples:                   Considering that the whole idea behind poetry is to convey meaning through sound, “Jabberwocky” is actually a brilliant work of art.
                                    Considering the circumstance, she did not punish her kids. 

·         Regarding – is used when concerning a particular subject. It is often used to introduce the subject of a business letter or document.

Examples:                   The police were asking questions regarding the suspect’s behavior.
Several leading engineers weighed in with critics regarding the design of the new building.

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REFERENCES:
"Participial Prepositions." Grammarist. Accessed March 27, 2018. http://grammarist.com/grammar/participial-prepositions/.

"Preposition Examples." YourDictionary. June 28, 2017. Accessed March 27, 2018. http://examples.yourdictionary.com/preposition-examples.html.
"Posts about Double Prepositions on Diloga." Diloga—School of Languages. Accessed March 27, 2018. https://diloga.wordpress.com/tag/double-prepositions/


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