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Which is the correct preposition on the internet or in the internet

por Zak Bellew (2020-04-21)


"On the internet" is correct.

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The correct preposition is...In the HQ For example : meetyou in the HQ

How do you spell the word preposition?
The correct spelling is 'preposition'.

What is correct preposition past or pass?
Past preposition.

Which preposition goes with according?
According to me, the correct preposition is to.

Best preposition We had to climb slowly the hill?
The correct sentence with the correct preposition should read: "We climbed the hill slowly."

Does every preposition have an object?
Yes, to be grammatically correct, every preposition must have an object.

What is the correct use for the word whom?
after a preposition

What is the correct preposition to use when you are in the bank?
i am at the bank

You prefer coffee over tea is it correct?
I prefer coffee to tea. 'to' is the correct preposition.

What is the subject of the preposition?
The correct term is object of the preposition, the noun or noun form that follows the preposition, which is being connected by it. Prepositions that lack an object are usually adverbs instead.

What is the correct preposition for opposite?
opposite of opposite to opposite from

What statement about the Internet is correct?
What is the correct statement about internet

Is you see the sadness in my eyes grammatically correct?
'You see the sadness in my eyes.' is grammatically correct: Subject: you Verb: see Article: the Direct object: sadness Preposition: in Possessive adjective: my Object of the preposition: eyes

What is the correct preposition in the sentence Griffin swore up and down that his comment had been meant a compliment?
"meant a compliment", does not need a preposition

Is it correct English usage to say 'Where do you live at'?
No--at is a preposition, and you technically shouldn't end a sentence with a preposition. In this example, it is sufficient to say "Where do you live?"

Is it grammatically correct to say 'where are you at?
No, it's not correct. Although it is sometimes OK to end a sentence with a preposition (at), you shouldn't end a sentence with a preposition when the sentence would mean the same thing if you left off the preposition. Example: Where are you? The 'at' serves no purpose at the end of this question. No. What would be more appropriate would be "Where are you?" ~ArticFurret7

Is Transforming strategy to action grammatically correct?
yes it is... Action is a noun and to a preposition. The sentence is grammatically correct. Cheers

What is the appropriate preposition in the sentence'I spent my adolescent years in england'?
'In' is correct.

This medicine will cure you from of influenza what is the right preposition in this sentence?
The preposition that would be most correct in this sentence would be "of". However, "from" could also be used as well.

Is it grammatically correct to say difference between him and them?
Yes, the prepositional phrase 'between him and them' is correct because the pronouns 'him' and 'them' are objective forms functioning as the object of the preposition 'between'. Pronouns following prepositions are always in the objective case, the object of the preposition.

What should be pronoun for society--It or they?
The correct pronoun for society is it. The correct pronouns for societies are they for a subject and them for the object of a verb or a preposition.

Which preposition is correct - at university or in university?
They both are technically "correct"(because in order to be correct they need a noun after them), but it would be better if you said "at a university" or "in a university".

This medicine will cure you from of influenza what is the right preposition in this sentence-?
The correct preposition in this sentence would be "of". This would make the sentence flow more properly and sound better.

What are some advantages in having school?
Being able to chose a correct preposition.

Is it grammatically correct to begin a sentence with a preposition?
Yes. And to end one, too!

What is the correct preposition IN your free time or ON your free time?
We say in your free time.

What is the preposition in Marcos went swimming with his best friend?
With(I am 100% correct on this one)

Correct grammar-both of whom?
Yes, ???????? as whom is the object of the preposition of.

Is 'a question was asked from them' correct?
No. If you mean " they asked a question" then the preposition is "by", not "from."

Is just between you and i grammatically correct?
No, it isn't correct. Since the word between is a preposition, the pronouns that follow it have to be object pronouns -- between you and me.

Head off to meet with somebody is a correct grammar?
'Head off to meet with somebody' is correct grammar, although the preposition 'with' can be omitted.

What is the preposition used with takes pride?
There are no situations that come to mind where a preposition would be used BEFORE "takes pride", so the correct preposition FOLLOWING the phrase would be "in". He takes pride in his work. She takes pride in her beautiful home.

How do you spell at?
The preposition "at" (defining location or time)is spelled at. The Internet address abbreviation is the symbol "@".

How do you spell amongest?
The correct spelling of the preposition is amongst, a mostly archaic variation of among.

Would a correct sentence read intruding in your privacy or intruding on your privacy?
"Intruding on your privacy" is correct. You might use the preposition in for "intruding in your affairs."

Suggest the easy way of using preposition in writing English for example- today you are staying at home is this correct if correct than could you write it in the other way like you are staying in th?
You are staying at home today. Put the preposition today at the end of the sentence.

Is IS a preposition or a conjunction or verb or adverb?
"IS" is not a preposition. As for the other options, I cannot be sure, but Dictionary. com is a great place to check words on the Internet. A link is shown below. http:/dictionary.reference.com

What is the correct name for internet explorer?
That is the correct name.

Lets get into something formal today is a correct grammar?
The sentence "Lets get into something formal today" is not correct grammar due to improper use of preposition.

From who or from whom?
The correct pronoun is: from whom (object of the preposition 'from'). The pronoun 'whom' is the objective form (functions as the object of a verb or a preposition). The pronoun 'who' is the subjective form (functions as the subject of a sentence or a clause).

What does the greek word ek means?
Ek is a preposition it has several meanings the main on is out of but you have to be careful when translating an Greek preposition because the correct answer would depend on the case ending of the word which it is modifiing.

Is it grammatically correct if you say i am chilling with friends?
Yes. Subject: I Predicate: am chilling Verb: chilling "with" is a preposition, and "with friends" is a valid prepositional phrase that describes 'where' with "friends" being the object of the preposition.

Is it correct to use the preposition to in Have you been in love to a monkey?
No. We would say Have you been in love with a monkey.

Correct grammar of position applied for?
Use "the position for which I applied." Never end a sentence with a preposition.

Is watches a preposition?
No it is not. But in a sentence like.. "My friend Molly watches birds in her backyard", "is" would be the correct answer.

How do you spell beside?
That is the correct spelling of the preposition "beside" (next to). * The word besides means in addition to.

Is the pronoun in this sentence correct... Both the teachers and the students were delighted at him receiving such high scores?
Yes, the objective, personal pronoun 'him' functioning as the object of the preposition 'at' is the correct form. However, the preposition 'at' is a bit clumsy. A more appropriate preposition in this sentence is 'for'. Example: Both the teachers and the students were delighted for him receiving such high scores. This is easier to see when the sentence is simplified, "Teachers and students were delighted for him."

What is the correct form of speech for the word during?
The word "during" is a preposition used for adverbial phrases. It represents the present time, and unlike the preposition-adverbs before and after, it cannot be used without an object.

Differentiate Internet from internet?
Neither is more correct, it depends on whether you are talking about the Internet as a proper noun (Internet) or as an improper noun (internet). The proper noun usage would be correct if you where talking about the Internet as a unique object, in the same way you capitalise "Washington DC" but not "city".

Does the sentence 'Where is David at' use a preposition properly?
No. The correct wording for that sentence would be: "Where is David?"

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