English Grammar – Prepositions – Except

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.


The word Except means “Not including”. ‘Except’ refers to the objects which are not included in the list of objects we are talking about. Except is also used to refer to the objects, which are included, when using with a negative statement.


I love all sports except Volleyball.
I love to watch all types of movies except horror movies.
All the students were available in the function except Tom, who was ill.
I brought everything from the market today except cigarettes.
The counter is open all days except Sunday.
The trains runs on all days except Tuesday.
I do not trust anybody in the group except Raj.
He behaves nicely except when he is drunk. 
I do not like to drink anything except beer.
I have not used any other network except Airtel.   

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