Hello Everyone, today let`s talk a little bit about the word along, do you like this word?
Along (preposition or adverb)
Along is a PREPOSITION of MOTION (or MOVEMENT) or PLACE meaning “from one end towards the other end”.
E.g. Taxis often come along this street.
I love to see trees along the sides of the road.
Along is also used in the idiom along with (“in company with”).
E.g. We`re going for a ride. Why don`t you come along with us?
We often omit the with + noun phrase.
E.g. Why don`t you come along?
Source: Leech, Geoffrey. An A-Z of English Grammar Usage. Longman.