Along is a preposition and has more than one meaning. Along to express direction We use along to show movement in a line next to things which are long and narrow; these include rivers roads corridors.... »
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English grammar exercise, beginner level. This exercise helps you practise the difference between the present simple and present continuous tenses. The theme of the exercise is food and cooking. image... »
Let’s look at how using a different preposition changes the meaning of some verbs. Our example is the verb shout. Definition of shout Shout means ‘raise your voice – usually as much as pos... »