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Is preposition always followed by a noun?
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Jackson6612Is preposition always followed by a noun?
No. Some prepositions can be used after certain nouns (key TO, increase IN etc.), adjectives (fond OF, successful IN), and verbs (insist ON, laugh AT etc.) as well.
Jackson6612Is preposition always followed by a noun?

Is a preposition always followed by a noun?
Are prepositions always followed by a noun?
Well, what do you mean? No, not always...
What are you waiting for?
This present is for her.
I'll leave it there for now.
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Jackson6612Is preposition always followed by a noun?

Is a preposition always followed by a noun?
Are prepositions always followed by a noun?
Well, what do you mean? No, not always...
What are you waiting for?
This present is for her.
I'll leave it there for now.
...


Emotion: smile
Hey Kooyeen,

Thanks a lot for the corrections. I would request you that please always look for mistakes in my post whenever you reply.

In this sentence ''I'll leave it there for now'', what part of speech is now?
I think a preposition can only be followed by noun, pronoun, gerund, and noun phrase. Please have a look on this POST.

Link:

www.EnglishForward.com/English/DifferenceBetweenMeaningThese-SentencesUsedPlayCricket/vbxxv/Post.htm

Use v-b-x-x-v without hyphens in place of *** in the above link.
In this sentence, now is a noun: I'll leave it there for now."
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