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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #33478: Prepositions
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    Prepositions of time and date:




    after is a preposition.(we'll be back after a little break).


    afterwards is an adverb.(we'll be back afterwards).




    from can be used for time and place.(I study from 8:00 in the morning to midday)



    since can only be used for time.(they have been in Paris since 1st January).





    since is used with a point in time(he has been talking to me on the phone since 7:00).



    for is used with a period of time.(he has been talking to me on the phone for half an hour.)




     Exercise : put in order.




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