Tuesday, 18 August 2009

Word – Ahead

Ahead is an adverb, and has a number of meanings.

In English we use ahead to describe the position of being in the front:
John is ahead in the race at the moment (John is leading the race)

Move something to a different time in the future:
We need to move the start time ahead by a day from Monday to Tuesday.

To move in a forward direction:
The queue moved ahead slowly

When learning a new word it’s important to check all the meanings of the word. Above are just a few of the meanings of “ahead”!
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