Asked in Grammar, Parts of Speech
Is to and as preposition is to with?
The word "to" is definitely a preposition-- she is going to the football game tomorrow. The word "with" is also a preposition-- he is studying with his cousin and his brother. But the word "as" is more complicated; depending on how it is used, it can be a conjunction, an adverb, or a preposition. To use it as a preposition: As a teenager, John hated school. ...
Is that a preposition if used at the end of a sentence?
The word "that" is not a preposition at any time. It is a pronoun or an adjective. ...