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These common prepositions can be used to describe a location, a time or place. Some examples of common prepositions used in sentences are: He sat on the chair. There is some milk in the fridge. She was hiding under the table. The cat jumped off the counter.What are some commonly used adjectives?
Some of the most commonly used positive adjectives are ambitious, brave, cheerful, delightful, encouraging, faithful, generous, helpful, perfect, and thoughtful. While, on the other hand, frequently used negative adjectives are arrogant, cowardly, depressed, evil, greedy, horrible, jealous, obnoxious, ruthless, and undesirable.What are some examples of adjectives and adverbs?
Adjectives and adverbs are words you can use to modify—to describe or add meaning to—other words. Adjectives modify nouns or pronouns. Examples of some common adjectives are: young, small, loud, short, fat, pretty. You can also identify many adjectives by the following common endings.What are the most common prepositions in English?
Some of the most common prepositions in English include "of," "in," "to," "for," "with," "on," "at" and "from.". These are all examples of one-word prepositions.