Usa correctamente las preposiciones ‘Before, after’

Before, after

Obviously, we use ‘before’ to mean ‘previous to’ and ‘after’ to mean ‘later than or posterior to’.  The real key here is to remember that, because they are prepositions, any verb that comes immediately after must be in ‘-ing’ form.


Before you leave, turn off the lights.  – Antes de salir, apaga las luces.

Use your turn signal before pulling out.  – Usa el intermitente antes de salir.

She feels sick after eating those peppers.  Ella no se encuentra bien después de comer esas guindillas.


18/05/2018Level - difficulty 2United StatesVideo2 min