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    All the prepositions you need to know for your tests:

    aboard
    about
    above
    absent
    according to
    across
    after (This one can also be a subordinating conjunction . In other words, it can be followed by a noun or a sentence, depending on the meaning).
    against
    ahead of
    all over
    along
    alongside
    amid or amidst
    among
    around
    as (This one can also be a subordinating conjunction . In other words, it can be followed by a noun or a sentence, depending on the meaning).
    as of
    as to
    as + ADVERB OF TIME + as
    as early as
    as late as
    as often as
    as much as
    as many as, etc.
    aside
    astride
    at
    away from
    bar
    barring
    because of
    before (This one can also be a subordinating conjunction . In other words, it can be followed by a noun or a sentence, depending on the meaning).
    behind
    below
    beneath
    beside
    besides
    between
    beyond
    but
    by
    by the time of
    circa
    close by
    close to
    concerning
    considering
    despite
    down
    due to
    during
    except
    except for
    excepting
    excluding
    failing
    for (This one can also be a subordinating conjunction . In other words, it can be followed by a noun or a sentence, depending on the meaning).
    for all (this means despite)
    from
    given
    in
    in between
    in front of
    in keeping with
    in place of
    in spite of
    in view of
    including
    inside
    instead of
    into
    less
    like
    minus
    near
    near to
    next to
    notwithstanding
    of
    off
    on
    on top of
    onto
    opposite
    other than
    out
    out of
    outside
    over
    past
    pending
    per
    plus
    regarding
    respecting
    round
    save
    saving
    similar to
    since (This one can also be a subordinating conjunction . In other words, it can be followed by a noun or a sentence, depending on the meaning).
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    than
    thanks to (this means because of)
    through
    throughout
    till
    to
    toward or towards (both forms are correct, but toward is considered slightly more formal)
    under
    underneath
    unlike
    until (This one can also be a subordinating conjunction . In other words, it can be followed by a noun or a sentence, depending on the meaning).
    unto
    up
    upon
    up to
    versus
    via
    wanting
    with
    within
    without
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    Thank Erin, would you please to talk more about special ones in your list: amid, astride, circa, wanting.
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