Thursday, 17 December 2015

English Preposition For IBPS and SBI PO and Clerk : Guide Pdf

How to solve Prepositions in English section of IBPS and bank exams


This time Our Topic is : Preposition

In this series here we are also sharing a pdf file. File link is given below.
Hi, I am Swati Patil, regular reader of meritmock portal. This time i am sharing my notes for IBPS English preparation. English language is one of the important section of IBPS PO and Clerk Exam, SBI, SSC or any other recruitment exam. Although it is the most avoided and least prepared section. Most of the candidates unable to crack IBPS and other bank exams bacause they are unable to qualify sectional cutoffs and most of the candidates fails because they are unable to clear cut off in the English section. Today we made a study plan, please read it carefully, you will find intereting tips and shortcuts to score high in English section. Please share on Facebook if you find it useful.

IBPS Preparation Guide Class English

English section is the most critical section as this section tests your basic English skills. For  preparation, we will try to cover all aspects of IBPS Bank English Notes for our readers. We  provide you latest study material for IBPS CWE. We recommend studying our practice  material for IBPS exam preparation. By using this material, students preparing for this exam will  have a cutting edge over other students. here are some questions and answers that will help you to creak the IBPS Exam like IBPS PO, IBPS Management Trainess  and IBPS Speicalist Officers

List of English Preposition for IBPS exams


List of English Preposition for IBPS exams

We are helping you always for preparation of Bank PO and Clerk exams on each and every point so that you can secure more and more numbers in your exams. Most of the times, questions found in exams for prepositions. Prepositions are short, mostly containing six letters or fewer. There are, however, many multi-word prepositions. Throughout the history of the English language, new prepositions have come into use, old ones have fallen out of use, and the meanings of existing prepositions have changed. The prepositions generally remain a closed class.
So for your convenience we are providing the list which is used by various governments, groups and organizations to raise awareness of an issue, commemorate a group or event.
 
List is as follows:

Single Words
  • a
  • abaft
  • abeam
  • aboard
  • about
  • above
  • absent
  • across
  • afore
  • after
  • against
  • along
  • alongside
  • amid
  • amidst
  • among
  • amongst
  • anenst
  • apud
  • around
  • as (also an adverb and a conjunction)
  • aside
  • astride
  • at
  • athwart
  • atop
  • barring
  • before
  • behind
  • below
  • beneath
  • beside
  • besides
  • between
  • beyond
  • but
  • by
  • chez
  • concerning
  • despite
  • down
  • during
  • except
  • excluding
  • failing
  • following
  • for
  • from
  • given
  • in
  • including
  • inside
  • into
  • like
  • mid
  • midst
  • minus
  • modulo
  • near (also "nigh")
  • next
  • notwithstanding
  • of
  • off
  • on
  • onto
  • opposite
  • out
  • outside
  • over
  • pace
  • past
  • per
  • plus
  • pro
  • qua
  • regarding
  • round
  • sans
  • save
  • since
  • than
  • through
  • throughout
  • till
  • times
  • to
  • towards
  • under
  • underneath
  • unlike
  • until
  • unto
  • up
  • upon
  • versus
  • via
  • vice
  • with
  • within
  • without
  • worth

Two Words
  • according to
  • ahead of
  • apart from
  • as for
  • as of
  • as per
  • as regards
  • aside from
  • astern of
  • back to
  • because of
  • close to
  • due to
  • except for
  • far from
  • into
  • inside of
  • instead of
  • left of
  • near to
  • next to
  • on to
  • opposite of
  • opposite to
  • out from
  • out of
  • outside of
  • owing to
  • prior to
  • pursuant to
  • rather than
  • regardless of
  • right of
  • subsequent to
  • such as
  • thanks to
  • that of
  • up to

Three words
  • as far as is one example of the many expressions which can be analyzed as as+adjective+as rather than a multiword preposition
  • as long as in the sense of if or since, rather than of the same length
  • as opposed to
  • as soon as
  • as well as
  • at the behest of
  • by means of
  • by virtue of
  • for the sake of
  • in accordance with
  • in addition to
  • in case of
  • in front of
  • in lieu of
  • in order to
  • in place of
  • in point of
  • in spite of
  • on account of
  • on behalf of
  • on top of
  • with regard to (sometimes written as "w/r/t")
  • with respect to
  • with a view to

Next we are discussing some tips and tricks for IBPS PO and Clerk Exam English Prepositions:

How to use Preposition in English Grammar


Prepositions are words which show the relationship between a noun or a pronoun object and some other words in the sentence. They are always followed by nouns or pronouns. They are called "the biggest little words” in English because they have very important functions.
Three Groups of Prepositions:
a. Prepositions of place, position and direction.
b. Prepositions of time.
c. Prepositions for other relationships.
SOME COMMON PREPOSITIONS
PLACE
POSITION
DIRECTION
TIME
OTHER
above
across
along
among
at
away from
behind
below
beside
between
beyond
by
down
from
in
in front of
inside
into
near
off
on
opposite
out (of)
outside
over
around
through
to
towards
under
up
after
before
at
by
for
during
from
in
except
as
like
about
with
without
by
for

Rule: è
They are always followed by a "noun", never followed by a verb.
By "noun" we include:
à Noun (dog, money, love) 
à Proper Noun (name) (London, Mary) 
à Pronoun (you,him,us)
à Noun Group (my first car)
à Gerund (swimming)
If we want to follow with a verb, we must use the "-ing" form which is really a gerund or verb in noun form. è
Subject + Verb
Preposition
"noun"
The pen is
on
the table.
He lives
in
England.
Henry is looking
for
you.
The newspaper is
under
your green book.
Pascal is used
to
English people.
She isn't used
to
working.
We ate
before
coming.

Prepositions of Time / Place at, in, on à
à  At for a PRECISE TIME
à In for MONTHS, YEARS, CENTURIES and LONG PERIODS
à On for DAYS and Dates
At
In
On
At 4:30 pm
in March
on Monday
At 3 o'clock
In Winter
On 6 March
At noon
In the summer
On 22 Dec.2012
At dinnertime
In 1990
On Christmas Day
At bedtime
In the next century
On your birthday
At the moment
In the future
On New Year's Eve


Notice that use of the prepositions of time in and on in these common expressions è
->>In the morning /On Monday morning
->>In the mornings / On Sunday mornings
->>In the afternoon(s) / On Sunday afternoons
->>In the evening(s) / On Friday evenings
Note : When we say next, last, this, every we do not use at,in,on. 
->>I went to New York last June (not in last June)
->>She is coming back next Monday. (not on next Monday)
->>I go home every Easter . (not at every Easter)
->>We'll call you this afternoon. (not in this afternoon) 
Place: at, in, on
In General: 
->> At for a POINT (dog, money, love) 
->>In for an ENCLOSED SPACE 
->>On for a SURFACE 
At
In
On
At the bus stop
In London
On the wall
At the corner
In the garden
On the ceiling
At the entrance
In a box
On the floor
At the crossroads
In a building
On the carpet
At the top of the page
In a car
On a page



Some other common uses of at / on / in 
At
In
On
At home
In a car
On a bus
At work
In a taxi
On a train
At school
In a helicopter
On a plane
At university
In an elevator
On a bicycle
At the top
In the sky
On the radio
At the bottom
In the street
On the left
At the side
In a row
On a horse
At reception
In a boat
On a boat

Note : Notice how we can use on a boat or in a boat depending on the type and the size of the particular boat/ship.
More Prepositions
Prepositions
use
Example
during
while in
during the film,during the war, during my stay
for
for two days, for an hour
from / to
from Saturday to Monday, from 5 to 9
between
the time period from one to another
between 1986 and 2012, between Saturday and Monday
until/till
before a certain time
until/till Sunday,5 o'clock
by
at the least
by Tuesday, by next month, by tomorrow
to
movement towards
to school, to work, to the station
into
movement towards inside something
into the cinema, into the car
out of
to leave a place/a thing
out of the cinema,out of the car
by
near/next to/beside
LINK stand by me, by the lake
through
through the tunnel, through the room
across
opposite ends
across the river, across the street
against
against the wall, against the door
into
movement towards inside something
into the cinema, into the car

Download Preposition Guide pdf in English Grammar

This article shared by : MS. Swati Patil
IBPS Preparation English English section is the most critical section as this section tests your basic English skills. For preparation, we will try to cover all aspects of IBPS Bank English Syllabus for our readers. We provide you latest study material for IBPS CWE. We recommend studying our practice material for IBPS exam preparation. By using this material, students preparing for this exam will have a cutting edge over other students. here are some questions and answers that will help you to creak the IBPS Exam like IBPS PO, IBPS Management Trainess and IBPS Speicalist Officers List of English Preposition for IBPS exams List of English Preposition for IBPS exams Hi Readers, We are helping you always for preparation of Bank exams on each and every point so that you can secure more and more numbers in your exams. Most of the times, questions found in exams for prepositions. Prepositions are short, mostly containing six letters or fewer. There are, however, many multi-word prepositions. Throughout the history of the English language, new prepositions have come into use, old ones have fallen out of use, and the meanings of existing prepositions have changed. The prepositions generally remain a closed class. So for your convenience we are providing the list which is used by various governments, groups and organizations to raise awareness of an issue, commemorate a group or event. List is as follows: Single Words a abaft abeam aboard about above absent across afore after against along alongside amid amidst among amongst anenst apud around as (also an adverb and a conjunction) aside astride at athwart atop barring before behind below beneath beside besides between beyond but by chez concerning despite down during except excluding failing following for from given in including inside into like mid midst minus modulo near (also "nigh") next notwithstanding of off on onto opposite out outside over pace past per plus pro qua regarding round sans save since than through throughout till times to towards under underneath unlike until unto up upon versus via vice with within without worth Two Words according to ahead of apart from as for as of as per as regards aside from astern of back to because of close to due to except for far from into inside of instead of left of near to next to on to opposite of opposite to out from out of outside of owing to prior to pursuant to rather than regardless of right of subsequent to such as thanks to that of up to Three words as far as is one example of the many expressions which can be analyzed as as+adjective+as rather than a multiword preposition as long as in the sense of if or since, rather than of the same length as opposed to as soon as as well as at the behest of by means of by virtue of for the sake of in accordance with in addition to in case of in front of in lieu of in order to in place of in point of in spite of on account of on behalf of on top of with regard to (sometimes written as "w/r/t") with respect to with a view to

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