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TOPIC: "below" is a preposition or adverb??

"below" is a preposition or adverb?? #450

  • pwchk
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I know that "below" is a preposition or adverb. However, would you please advise me which any sentences are correct.
1.The below information is for your reference.
2.Below is the information for your reference.
3.Please find the below information for your reference.
4.Please find the information below for your reference.
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"below" is a preposition or adverb?? #451

  • grant
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Thank you for your question about the use of "below", which ,as you note, is an adverb or a preposition. You asked whether the following senttneces aew correct:

1.The below information is for your reference.(Not correct because "below" here is being used as an adjective , not an adveb; it should be "information below:.)
2.Below is the information for your reference.(Correct)
3.Please find the below information for your reference.(Not correct. See#1 for explanation.)
4.Please find the information below for your reference.(Correct)
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