Two-Word Prepositions to Score Band 7.0+ in IELTS Writing & Speaking (Part 3)
Let’s gear yourself up for the IELTS Writing & Speaking with “academic” prepositions that are not so frequently used but suitable for academic writing and speaking. Learning these prepositions and making use of them in IELTS writing & speaking will help you boost your IELTS score as well as contributing to your academic pursuit.
- As stated or reported by somebody/something
Example : You have been absent six times according to our records.
- Following, agreeing with or depending on something
Example : The salary will be fixed according to qualifications and experience.
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- Further forward in space or time than somebody/something; in front of
Example : Ahead of us lay ten days of intensive training.
- Earlier than
Example : I finished several days ahead of the deadline.
- Further advanced than somebody/something, e.g. in a race or competition
Example : She was always well ahead of the rest of the class.
Apart from/Aside from
Alternative to Regarding
Example : The game was cancelled owing to torrential rain.
Example : During the week prior to the meeting
Paying no attention to something/somebody; treating something/somebody as not being important
Example : The amount will be paid to everyone regardless of whether they have children or not.
Example : There have been further developments subsequent to our meeting.
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