A preposition is a word used to link noun, pronouns or phrases to other words within a sentence. Prepositions are usually short words and usually placed directly in front of nouns.
Eg: to, in, with, from
|TIME||From, since, before, after, afterward, by, during, to, till, until, in, at, for, on, around|
|POSITION||Under, below, behind, besides, on, in, over, at|
|DIRECTION||To, into, onto, towards, for, across, against, through, off, from, around|
A word that is the name of something such as a person, animal, place, thing, quality, idea or action. It is used in a sentence as subject or object of a verb or object of a preposition.
Eg: Man, Tamil Nadu, Flock of birds,
A word which describes the quality and quantity of a noun.
Eg: A Cute girl, Two eyes, few classes.
A word which describes a verb, an adjective, or a sentence. It is often used to show time, manner, place, or degree.
Eg: Long time ago, Bravely.