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    Smile through

    Hello, have a good weekend to everyone.
    I copied this sentence from my book.
    a) I will have to gallop through my work if I'm going to get it done on time.

    I just want to ask, is "through" an adverb or a preposition in this sentence?

    I am much appreciated if you help me.

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    Re: through

    Quote Originally Posted by panicmonger View Post
    Hello, have a good weekend to everyone.
    I copied this sentence from my book.
    a) I will have to gallop through my work if I'm going to get it done on time.

    I just want to ask, is "through" an adverb or a preposition in this sentence?

    I am much appreciated if you help me.
    Unless I'm missing something, it's a preposition.

    "I'll have to get through my work quickly" would contain a preposition and an adverb.

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