Prepositions Are Relationship Words

To define a preposition, think of it as a relationship word. Basically, the word “preposition”  means a word that is placed before another word. In this case, a preposition sits before a pronoun or noun to show the pronoun's or noun's association with another word. Prepositional Phrases A word following a preposition is its object. … Continue reading Prepositions Are Relationship Words


Weather-related Phrases

When it comes to writing, English speakers have created a lot of sayings related to the weather. Some of the sayings we use are directly about the weather while others merely use the weather to express another idea. For example, when someone says that another person stole their thunder, it means the other party purloined … Continue reading Weather-related Phrases