|Author:||Frederick T. Wood|
|Title:||Eng Prepositional Idioms Hb|
|Format:||mobi doc lrf mbr|
|ePUB size:||1587 kb|
|FB2 size:||1555 kb|
|DJVU size:||1745 kb|
|Category:||Words Language and Grammar|
|Publisher:||Macmillan Education (December 1967)|
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Book's title: English prepositional idioms, Library of Congress Control Number: 67010579. National Bibliography Number: B67-667. International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 0333022351. 425. Personal Name: Wood, Frederick T. (Frederick Thomas), 1905-1967. Publication, Distribution, et. London, Melbourne.
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Book's title: English prepositional idioms, Library of Congress Control Number: 67010579. Macmillan; New York,. St. Martin's . (c)1967.
One of those books was English Prepositional Idioms by Frederick T. I found the book so useful that I bought my own copy as soon as I moved away from home. Set up like a kind of dictionary, the work begins with an alphabetical list of prepositions, starting with about and ending with without. Wood defines each one and gives several examples of use. But it’s the next section that I find even more helpful. It, too, is an alphabetical list, but it focuses on prepositional idioms. The idioms in this book, however, refer to the prepositions that make the word meaningful. For example, do you say consist of or consist in? In fact, both are correct but they mean different things. ENGLISH PREPOSITIONAL IDIOMS. NA. Physical Description.