French Preposition

Definition: In French, prepositions are words which link two related parts of a sentence. They are placed in front of nouns in order to indicate a relationship between that noun and the verb, adjective, or noun that precedes it.

Examples in French:
I'm talking to Jean. Je parle à Jean.
He is from Paris. Il est de Paris.
The book is for you. Le livre est pour toi.

Common French Prepositions

  1. French Prepositions (à) - (to, at, in)
  2. French Prepositions (après & derrière) - (after)
  3. French Prepositions (avant & devant) - (before)
  4. French Prepositions (avec) - (with)
  5. French Prepositions (chez) - (among)
  6. French Prepositions (dans) - (in)
  7. French Prepositions (de) - (from, of, about)
  8. French Prepositions (depuis) - (since, for)
  9. French Prepositions (en) - (in, on, to)
  10. French Prepositions (pour) - (for)
  11. French Prepositions (sans) - (without)
  12. French Prepositions (sur) - (on)
  13. French Prepositions (vers & envers) - (toward)



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