Preposition vs Proposition (Commonly Confused)

Preposition vs Proposition

These two terms are often confused by English learners. Do you know the difference?

A preposition is a word used before a noun, noun phrase, or pronoun. It helps to give meaning to the sentence (location, direction, time, etc).

The key is in the box on the shelf, by the picture frame

A proposition is an offer or suggestion

His proposition was rejected by the board


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