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Physical PositionPlay
Use 'beneath' to describe something physically lower, often with layers. SlideSnow lay beneath a thin layer of soil.
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Layering ObjectsPlay
'Beneath' can indicate something hidden or covered under another object. SlideKeys were found nestled beneath a pile of clothes.
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Not for MovementPlay
Don't use 'beneath' to describe movement. Use 'under' instead. SlideIncorrect: He walked beneath the doorway. (Use 'under')