complex prepositions

Firstly, complex prepositions are phrases, which means there are two or more words to them. For example: In addition to imitation,  there are a number of other procedures designed to give the therapist some degree of control over the child‘s language production. The Louvain EAP dictionary ‘in addition to’ is used to add new information and introduces the point to which you want to add something new. Prepositional complexity is found at different levels …

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