STORY Jan 29, 2016
English vocabularies to remember with strong appetite
Briefly explaining, it is the most useful article you can understand all English prepositions with cheese and hamburg. (This article was originally written in Japanese for Japanese natives and translated in English.)
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Difficulties to understand prepositions
I have been studying English these days. There are difficult points like tense and articles compared to Japanese, and above all, the most difficult is prepositions.
If you want upload photos on Facebook, do you say 'post to Facebook'? or 'post on Facebook'?
The next Sunday is 'on next Sunday'? or 'in next Sunday'?
There are many occasions I am in trouble, but they are often used.
When you are in trouble, and search the prepositions on internet, you can always find the following graph.
This graph is pasted everywhere on internet, and I do not know where it came from. I have printed it out this one.
In the book I read the other day said 'to understand the prepositions with images'. The graph shows the 'image'.
By the way,
This is a hamburg.
However, it is not the normal hamburg. Let's cut it.
This is ... cheese in hamburg!
Cheese is 'in'
Yes it is. It is 'in".
This dish with a hamburg with cheese inside is suitable to remember the preposition 'in'. (Note: In Japan, there is a dish of cheese in hamburg called 'Cheese in Hamburg" in Japanese-English.)
Therefore, I assume that if we make hamburgs with all the prepositions, we would be able to master the concept that we are not always sure.
Grill a lot of hamburgs
So this is the plan to make a lot of hamburgs this time.
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