English Grammar – Prepositions – Beneath

What are Prepositions 


Prepositions are those words, which show the relationship of Nouns (or Pronouns) with the other words in the sentence. Prepositions are used before Nouns (or Pronouns) in the sentence.


Beneath

Beneath is used to refer to the position of an object just below another object. Beneath is used when the object in question covers the item described.

Examples:

The ground water is 35 meters beneath the ground in this area.
She felt the road very hot beneath her feet when she walked naked feet.
It is a lovely feeling walking in the morning with green grass beneath the feet.
He went to the basement beneath the ground floor.
The silicon cover protects the mobile phone beneath it from dust and scratches.
When I felt cold in the night, I slept beneath the bedsheet.

There were some plain papers beneath the currency notes in the bundle.

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