A disguised Preposition is a preposition that is not directly used or implemented in a sentence but is mentioned indirectly. The examples of disguised prepositions are the letters “a” and “o” respectively.
The examples of disguised prepositions are “a” and “o”. “On” changed into “a”, and “of” can be changed into “o” respectively.
Examples of disguised preposition:
- He got a holiday package from the company.
- She earned one Euro a day.
- They play football once a week.
- Her flight will land at 6 o’clock.
- The entire class went to a program.
- I got a package from a friend.