noun + over + noun for describing sth covering sth or sb

noun + over + noun for describing sth covering sth or sb

Created:30 Sep 2017 13:33:21 , in  intermediate

Pattern

Preposition over when used as a part of pattern noun + over + noun in a sequence often describes a position of something both being on and covering something or somebody.

Example sentences

Here are some examples:

Mary put a blanket over the bed.

She put a tiny quilt over her feet.

He painted a graffiti over his sister's doodles.

Tags:  noun ,  over ,  preposition 

Notes

You must be logged in to add your own private notes.

Log in or register if you haven't got an account yet.

Test configuration

Configure test type and behaviour for this and other patterns here.

Show configuration options

Fill blanks test

To complete this test fill in blank fields in the sentences below.

gel over the screen   visits over three weeks   a jacket over his shoulders   a piece of fabric over the wing frame   other documents over his passport  

Report error

Report error(s) you have spotted on this page.

Form fields labeled with asterisk ( * ) are required. HTML tags are not allowed on this form.

Error reporting form

Post navigation

Previous:
  verb + around + noun

Next:
  verb + one's way + preposition + noun

You might also like