There are a number of preposition words that change the meaning of a phrase when used with a particular word. For example, you can use MOVED with different prepositions, and you will get a different meaning every time. You can see the examples below:

1. Moved with

Moved with is used before a sorrow.

Example: He was actually moved with a feeling of sorrow.

2. Moved to

‘Moved to’ is used with tears

Example: On hearing the news of the sudden death of his wife, all moved to tears.

3. Moved from

Moved from (one’s determination)

Example: You can’t move me from my decision with your logic.

4. Moved at

Moved at (a scene)

Example: He was greatly moved at the sight of her mother’s dead body.

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Read the previous lesson ‘Dwell at/in/upon/among’

Phrase with LOOK

Phrase with Break

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