Prepositions - Before

Prepositions - Before

1. Before means earlier than.
We must leave before four o'clock.

2. Before can mean in a more important position than.
She is so ambitious that she puts her job before her family.

3. Before can mean facing.
The handsome singer had many adoring fans before him.

4. Before can mean in the future.
The bride smiled as she thought of the happiness before her.

5. Before can mean in the presence of.
I was told to appear before the judge.
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    Ramayan

    Rama meets his sons Lov and Kusha

    The boys fight bravely and at the end when Rama himself comes to fight them, he learns that they are his own sons. Once again the family is reunited but as Sita is again asked to give 'agni pareeksha' by Rama, she asks her mother earth to take her back. Rama is saddened and returns to Ayodhya with his sons.

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