1. When he parted from his sister, there were tears in his eyes.
Note: Part from means separate from.
2. The teacher ordered me to write in ink.
3. The Hindu religion has been in existence from time immemorial.
Explanation: Since is used to express a point of time, whereas for is used to express a length of time. But a time that is immemorial can express neither a point of time nor a length of time. In all such cases, we should use from as preposition.
4. The lion sprang upon the cow.
5. Police are not allowed to enter the University Campus.
6. Translate this passage from Urdu into Sanskrit.
Note: Whenever there is a chage from one medium to another, we use into. In this sentence, the change is from Urdu (one medium) into Sanskrit (another medium).
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