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Prepositions

  • Above, Over, Over And Above

    Above, Over, Over And Above

    Learn about the difference between above and over – and how to use them. It also contains the expression “over and above”.

  • Above or Over

    Above or Over

    Confusing Prepositions – above or over? That’s above my head. That’s over my head.  Which one should I use? Do I live in a flat above a shop or over a shop? Is the aeroplane above us or over us? If you’ve ever mixed up above and over then read on!  Let’s face it, prepositions…

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