Friday, January 13, 2006

Friday Pet Blogging | Under

The Pet Blogging Word-Of-The-Day is ...
un·der preposition The image “” cannot be displayed, because it contains errors. [phonetic pronunciation guide]
There are several definitions for under, and they depend upon usage. For today, in dealing with under as a preposition, we will focus on the following definitions:
  • In a lower position than or place than: a rug under a chair.
  • To or into a lower position or place than: rolled the ball under the couch.
  • Beneath the surface of: under the ground; swam under water.

Milo, Otis ... can you boys demonstrate?

Very good, Milo! You are under Big Ben's jersey.

Very clever, Otis. You skitted under the tree skirt.

Thanks for visiting Prophet or Madman, kids. Can you use today's preposition in a sentence correctly? I knew you could!

More Pet Blogging
  1. See the Friday Ark, featuring a compilation of today's pet blogging posts, over at The Modulator.
  2. Check the M&O Archives for previous Milo & Otis appearances.
  3. Carnival of the Cats, coming at you every Sunday.

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