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Apr 4, 2018

Welcome back to the Art of Business English. Today we are going to finish the third part of our 3-part series looking into dependent prepositions. In the last episode we are going to look at nouns with dependent prepositions collocations.

As with the previous episodes I have divided this one into three parts. First, we will look at what noun proposition collocations are. Then, I will give you a list of common noun + prepositions and finally, in the last part I will provide you with some examples in context.

If you struggle with collocations and prepositions, then this episode is definitely for you. Understanding and using the correct preposition after nouns is essential to sounding more fluent. If you haven’t already listened to the previous two episodes in this series, then I encourage you to do so.