The Features of the Preposition Finder Tool
With this tool, you can quickly and easily improve your writing to ensure effective communication and excellent accuracy. Here are just some of the features our tool offers you to help you to improve your writing.
How to Use the Preposition Finder Tool
This instant preposition checker tool is very easy to use. Simply follow the below steps to check your text:
Step 1: Paste the text you want to check into the section at the top of the page or type directly into the field.
Step 2: Once you press the check button, the tool will automatically check the text, detect issues and suggest improvements.
Step 3: You make any changes according to the suggestions to your text.
Simple prepositions are common words that can be used to describe time, location or place. These are words such as “in”, “at”, “for”, “on”, “over” and “under”.
Examples:– He was sitting by the rock.
– She is running in the gym.
– The kite is above the trees.
Double prepositions are formed when two simple prepositions are used together. They usually indicate direction. These are words such as “upon”, “into”, “out of” and “onto”.
– The beautiful sound came from within the theatre.
– He never leaves without his backpack.
– The owl sat atop the large tree.
Compound prepositions are also often called complex prepositions. These consist of two or more words, such as a simple preposition and another word, to communicate a specific location. These are words such as in the middle of or in front of.
– He stood across from Simon.
– Gary attended the workshop on behalf of his team.
– They were in the middle of the crowd.
Checking Prepositional Phrase with Prepositional Phrase Finder
When you write an article, blog, academic text, letter or email, the chances are, you will use a couple of prepositional phrases. But what exactly are these? A prepositional phrase consists of a group of words, including a preposition, its object and words that modify the object. Usually, a prepositional phrase changes a noun or a verb. These prepositional phrases are called adjectival phrases and adverbial phrases respectively.