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French Compound Prepositions: Part 2 Posted by on Aug 29, 2016

Last week, we went over some common compound prepositions in French that situate people or objects in relation to one another (particularly in regard to place/location). This week, let’s focus on compound prepositions that create a different link between nouns.   As described last week, some prepositions directly situate one object compared to the location of…

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French Compound Prepositions: Part 1 Posted by on Aug 22, 2016

In previous posts, the French team has explored different kinds of French prepositions, including a basic overview of prepositions and proper preposition use with different countries.   Prepositions (prépositions) are words or groups of words that show a relationship between one thing and another in a sentence. For example, a preposition might link the location of one…

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