Student or Learner
Hello, dear teachers:
I find English prepositions very hard to grasp. In my mother tongue we don't have so many sophisticated rules regarding preposition.
The following confuses me most:
Can you tell me what's the difference? And when to use "in", when to use "with"??
He sighed in dismay.
She screamed with joy.
Many thanks in advance.
Last edited by billmcd; 16-Aug-2011 at 14:03. Reason: typo
The best way to learn the exact and proper usage of prepositions is to experience various kinds of context which in these confusing prepositions are used and concentrate on the verbs more than any words.example:I am happy with that.