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استفاده از حروف اضافه رسمی برای آیلتس +7

 

Amid

  1. in the middle of or during something, especially something that causes excitement or fear

Example:     He finished his speech amid tremendous applause.

  1. Surrounded by something

Example:        The hotel was in a beautiful position amid lemon groves.

Apropos/Apropos of

Regarding, concerning or related to somebody/something

Example:              Apropos our date for lunch, I cannot go.

 

Atop

On top of, at the top of
Example:        Fruit and vegetable prices rose 1.3 per cent atop a 2 per cent gain last month.

Beneath

  1. In or to a lower position than somebody/something; under somebody/something
    Example:         They found the body buried beneath a pile of leaves.
  2. Not good enough for somebody
    Example:        He considers such jobs beneath him.

 

Beside
  1. Next to or at the side of somebody/something
    Example:       He sat beside her all night.
  2. Compared with somebody/something
    Example:        My painting looks childish beside yours.

 

Besides

In addition to somebody/something; apart from somebody/something

Example:        Besides working as a doctor, he also writes novels in his spare time.

 

Circa

(used with dates) about, in approximately

Example:       She was born circa 1920.

Considering

Used to show that you are thinking about a particular fact, and are influenced by it, when you make a statement about something

Example:        Considering he has only just started, he knows quite a lot about it.

Despite/In spite of

Used to show that something happened or is true although something else might have happened to prevent it

Example:        Despite applying for hundreds of jobs, he is still out of work.

Except/Except for/Apart from/Aside from

Used before mentioning the only thing or person about which a statement is not true

Example:       We work every day except Sunday.

Excluding

Not including

Example:        Lunch cost 10 dollars per person, excluding drinks.

Following

After or as a result of a particular event

Example:        He took charge of the family business following his father’s death.

Given

When you consider something

Example:        Given his age (Considering how old he is), he is remarkably active.

Including

Having something as part of a group or set

Example:        Six people were killed in the riot, including a policeman.

 

Past
  1. Later than something

Example:        It was past midnight when we got home.

  1. On or to the other side of somebody/something
    Example:       He hurried past them without stopping.
  2. Above or further than a particular point or stage
    Example:       Unemployment is now past the 3 million mark.
Per

Used to express the cost or amount of something for each

Example:        This country has a higher crime rate per 100,000 of the population than most other European countries.

Qua

As something, in the role of something

Example:        The soldier acted qua soldier, not as a human being.

Regarding

Concerning/about somebody/something

Example:        She has said nothing regarding your request.

Respecting/With respect to

Concerning

Example:        information respecting the child’s whereabouts

Save/Save for

Except something

Example:        They knew nothing about her save her name.

Throughout
  1. In or into every part of something

Example:        They export their products to markets throughout the world.

  1. During the whole period of time of something

Example:        The museum is open daily throughout the year.

Underneath
  1. Under or below something else, especially when it is hidden or covered by the thing on top

Example:        The coin rolled underneath the piano.

  1. Used to talk about somebody’s real feelings or character, as opposed to the way they seem to be

Example:        Underneath her cool exterior she was really very frightened.

Upon

Formal use of “on”

Example:        The decision was based upon two considerations.

Versus

Used to compare two different things

Example:  It was the promise of better job opportunities versus the inconvenience of moving away and leaving her friends.

Via
  1. Through a place

Example:        We flew home via Dubai.

  1. By means of a particular person, system…

Example:        The news programme came to us via satellite.

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