I’ll admit it: This month’s column is a little bit for my students (and newer law grads). It seems that about this time each year my students start to notice that they struggle with certain prepositions and adjectives.
So as I begin to deal with these issues in my class, it occurred to me that it might be helpful to my readers to have the same type of quick guide. This month we’ll cover the most common preposition and adjective mistakes, and some tips for remembering their correct usage. [excerpt]
Tenielle Fordyce-Ruff, Quick Reference: Tricky Prepositions and Confusing Adjectives, A, 59 Advocate 64, 65 (2016)