prepositions - below

Prepositions - Below

1. Below means lower in number or degree than.
Your body temperature is ninety-seven degrees; it is below normal, which is ninety-eight point six.

2. Below can mean lower in rank or level than.
In our company the supervisors are below the directors.
Our offices are on the fourth floor; theirs are below ours, on the third floor.

3. Below can mean farther along than.
There is a picnic ground just below the bridge.

4. Expression

below the belt—unfairly, not according to the rules
He pretended to be her friend, then applied for her job. That was really below the belt.
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    Mathematics, etc + singular verb

    Don't Say:
    Mathematics are not easy to learn.

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    Mathematics is not easy to learn.

    Note:
    The names of sconces and subjects ending m -ies (like mathematics, physics, politics, gymnastics) generally take a singular verb.
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