Notes On Participial Prepositions - CBSE Class 9 English Grammar

A participial preposition is a participle (an -ed or -ing verb) that functions as a preposition. Some of the most common examples are assuming, barring, during, given, notwithstanding, provided, regarding, concerning, pending, considering etc.

      EXAMPLES:

  •  Considering the proofs, you are set free from all the crimeS.
  • Regarding your timing contact the manager.
  • Assuming the seat, he started giving orders.
  • You can come late on Monday provided you complete your work before leaving.

Summary

A participial preposition is a participle (an -ed or -ing verb) that functions as a preposition. Some of the most common examples are assuming, barring, during, given, notwithstanding, provided, regarding, concerning, pending, considering etc.

      EXAMPLES:

  •  Considering the proofs, you are set free from all the crimeS.
  • Regarding your timing contact the manager.
  • Assuming the seat, he started giving orders.
  • You can come late on Monday provided you complete your work before leaving.

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