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How to Pronounce antepositions?

Correct pronunciation for the word "antepositions" is [ˌantɪpəzˈɪʃənz], [ˌantɪpəzˈɪʃənz], [ˌa_n_t_ɪ_p_ə_z_ˈɪ_ʃ_ə_n_z].

What are the misspellings for antepositions?

  • zntepositions,
  • sntepositions,
  • wntepositions,
  • qntepositions,
  • abtepositions,
  • amtepositions,
  • ajtepositions,
  • ahtepositions,
  • anrepositions,
  • anfepositions,
  • angepositions,
  • anterpositions,
  • anteopositions,
  • antepositiones,
  • antepostions,
  • antapositions,
  • anteposetions,
  • antypasitions,
  • antedepositions,
  • antepesitions

"Antepositions" in context

Antepositions refer to words that come before the subject in a sentence. These words often indicate the relation between the sentence's subject and object. Antepositions are primarily used to give emphasis to a particular element in a sentence or phrase. For example, "I personally believe that..." indicates that the speaker is emphasizing their own personal view on the matter. Examples of antepositions include adverbs, adjectives, nouns and phrases.

In addition, antepositions serve to guide the reader as they read through a sentence.

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