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PREP （用于连接两个名词，其中前者表示后者的特定方面） You use of to combine two nouns when the first noun identifies the feature of the second noun that you want to talk about.
The average age of the women interviewed was only 21.5.
...the population of this town...
PREP （用于连接两个名词或名词与现在分词，其中后者对前者进行界定或补充信息） You use of to combine two nouns, or a noun and a present participle, when the second noun or present participle defines or gives more information about the first noun.
Would you say what you felt was a feeling of betrayal?...
She let out a little cry of pain.
PREP （用于指称动作的名词后说明该动作的对象或主体） You use of after nouns referring to actions to specify the person or thing that is affected by the action or that performs the action. For example, 'the kidnapping of the child' refers to an action affecting a child; 'the arrival of the next train' refers to an action performed by a train.
...the reduction of trade union power inside the party.
...the assessment of future senior managers.
PREP （用于指称数量或组群的词和短语后表示计量的对象） You use of after words and phrases referring to quantities or groups of things to indicate the substance or thing that is being measured.
...7.6 litres of pure alcohol.
...a few kilometres of new roads.
PREP （用于人或事物的名称后引出其所属或相关的机构或地方） You use of after the name of someone or something to introduce the institution or place they belong to or are connected with.
...the Prince of Wales.
...the Finance Minister of Bangladesh.
PREP （用于指称容器的名词后，说明容器及其所含物） You use of after a noun referring to a container to form an expression referring to the container and its contents.
We could all do with a cup of tea...
Conder opened another bottle of wine...
PREP （用在可数名词后、不可数名词前表示某一单个物品） You use of after a count noun and before an uncount noun when you want to talk about an individual piece or item.
...a blade of grass...
Marina ate only one slice of bread...
PREP （表示材料或成分）由…制成（或组成）的 You use of to indicate the materials or things that form something.
...local decorations of wood and straw.
...loose-fitting garments of linen.
PREP （用于名词后表示其为某事物的一部分） You use of after a noun which specifies a particular part of something, to introduce the thing that it is a part of.
...the other side of the square...
We had almost reached the end of the street.
PREP （用于某些动词后表示动作所涉及的人或事物）关于，由于 You use of after some verbs to indicate someone or something else involved in the action.
He'd been dreaming of her...
Listen, I shall be thinking of you always...
PREP （用于某些形容词后表示与情感或特性相关的事物）对，为 You use of after some adjectives to indicate the thing that a feeling or quality relates to.
I have grown very fond of Alec...
His father was quite naturally very proud of him...
PREP （用于指称施动者的单词前说明对该动作的看法）出自…，在…一方 You use of before a word referring to the person who performed an action when saying what you think about the action.
This has been so nice, so terribly kind of you...
I suppose it's stupid of us not to be able to make up our own minds...
PREP （用于描述名词后引出所指的人或事物） You use of after a noun which describes someone or something, to introduce the person or thing you are talking about.
...an awkward, slow-moving giant of a man.
PREP （表示程度）更大/较小程度上的… If something is more of or less of a particular thing, it is that thing to a greater or smaller degree.
Your extra fat may be more of a health risk than you realize...
As time goes by, sleeping becomes less of a problem.
PREP （表示某人或某事物具有的特点或特性） You use of to indicate a characteristic or quality that someone or something has.
...the worth of their music.
...the creaminess of her skin...
PREP （用于be动词后表示某人或某事物具有的特点或特性） You use of after the verb 'be' to indicate a characteristic or quality that someone or something has.
The crisis faced over the next few months is of an entirely different scale...
Both world wars were of unquestionable importance as economic events.
PREP （用于说明数量、价值或年龄） You use of to specify an amount, value, or age.
Last Thursday, Nick announced record revenues of $3.4 billion...
He has been sentenced to a total of 21 years in prison since 1973...
PREP （用于年、月等名词后表示状态或活动的持续时间） You use of after a noun such as 'month' or 'year' to indicate the length of time that some state or activity continues.
...eight bruising years of war...
The project has gone through nearly a dozen years of planning.
PREP （表示时间离某一钟点差几分）在…之前 You can use of to say what time it is by indicating how many minutes there are before the hour mentioned.
At about a quarter of eight in the evening Joe Urber calls...
We got to the beach at five of one in the afternoon.