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Prepositional Phrases du côté de, en dehors, en dépit de, en face de, en plus de, en raison de, and étant donné

The Prepositional phrases just like prepositions link words in a sentence. Prepositional phrases are composed of two or more words. The words can be: nouns, adjectives, verbs, adverbs or prepositions. We will discuss the most common prepositional phrases.

In this lesson we will study the following prepositional phrases: du côté de, en dehors, en dépit de, en face de, en plus de, en raison de, étant donné.

du côté de

“du côté de” has many meanings depending on the context. It can mean “towards” or “near” or “from” when it’s followed with a noun representing a location. It can also mean, “with”, “on the part of”, or “by”.

For example:

Nous allons du côté de Marseille, vous venez avec nous ?
We’re heading towards Marseille, are you coming with us?

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