June 23, 2019
in spite of
In spite of is a preposition. We use it before a noun.
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Despite is a preposition. We use it before a noun or an ing form.
Although is a conjunction. We use it before a clause. Even if is used to talk about hypothetical situations.
in front of
The school can’t possibly be in front of the house. We do not use in front of to mean on the other side of the road.
Either could be used here
the correct one is in front of.
correct answer is opposite.
Prepositions are usually dropped before that-clauses.
on to be
After verb + preposition, we usually use the –ing form of the following verb.
If cannot be used after a preposition.
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