An English lesson, if you are up for it
Today I am bringing you another of my occasional lessons in our ongoing educational series, "English as a Third, Fourth or Fifth Language". This time round, we are going to look at the way the English use prepositions, which, oddly enough, is not unlike the way postmen handle fragile parcels.
Prepositions? They are those funny little words which tend to denote direction, or movement, words like "from", "in", "up", "down", "to", "against", out" and so on.