Prepositions Time: after, before, ago, between… Learn English with Julia

Prepositions Time: after, before, ago, between… Learn English with Julia


hello and welcome to this video dedicated to more prepositions of time so let’s run through the list together in blue we have our prepositions in purple their meaning and in red are examples after is the same as nature than after Christmas before similar to earlier than before Easter a go means how far away it is in the past 10 minutes ago between and it’s the time separating two points in time between 10 11 a.m. by means not later than by the end of the year during through a period of time during the summer holidays for example for indicates duration for a couple of months from until from til and from to give us two points in time forming a period from March to June since gives us a starting point since we arrived until or till be careful with the spelling until one l22 else mean not later them until we finish or till we finish till is more in spoken English and until in written English up to you means not later than up to 30 minutes per day and finally within means during a period of time within a day don’t forget to watch our other videos on prepositions of time in at on but also the video on telling the time thanks for watching and I’ll see you soon

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