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PREPOSITIONS

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WORD ORDER
VOCABULARY PROBLEMS
EXERCISES
Fill in the gaps:

-Ill call you ...... Tuesday morning...... about 10:00, okay?

-Tom doesn't see his parents very often these days - usually only ......... Christmas.

-I'll meet you.........the corner (of the street) at 10:00

-Mr. Black's office is ..........the fifth floor.When you get off the elevator, it's the third door........ your left.

-I wasn't sure whether I had come to right apartment because there was no name ...... the door.

UNIT 3.
PREPOSITIONS

PREPOSITIONS
stranded prepositions
Stranded prepositions

-ing forms

Before conjunctions
Prepositions are short words which are used to link other elements: nouns, prononuns etc.
ON vs IN
Often the correct prepositions
can not be guessed,you have to learn the expressions by heart.
Most common prepositions
BEFORE CONJUnCTIONs
-ING CLAUSES
-He insisted
on
being paid at once

-He insisted
on to
be paid at one
EXCEPTION

-He did nothing but complain
1 -I knew
about
his problems
-I knew that he had problems
Prepositions can be:

Alone (on, in, to)
Combined with other words
Phrasal verbs

Carry on
Go on
Get away
Look forward to
TYPES
Time
Place
Movement
SINCE AND FOR
I am ill
since
three months
I have been ill
for
three months
I have been ill
since
May
BETWEEN, AMONG
The United Nations tries to maintain the peace
between
the nations of the world.

The United Nations tries to maintain the peace
among
the nations of the world.
BY AND WITH
He was killed
by
an axe.
He was killed
with

an axe.
IN AND AT


My brother lives
in
36 Bramble Road
My brother lives
at
36 Bramble Road
“The flight is

at

six o’clock”
AT
“I get to Australia
in
the morning”.
IN
“We arrive
on
Thursday” / “The course ends
on
11 July”
ON
FOR, SINCE, BY

“It’s raining. Let’s go
into
the house now.”
“Can you get my shoes
out of
the wardrobe?"
“The cat jumped
onto
the wall”
“The cat jumped
off
the wall”
ALONG, PAST, THROUGH
Tell me what you're worried
about
?
What a lot of trouble I'm
in!

Questions+prepositions
with
what money ?
what money
with
?
2-
prep + the fact + that
The judge paid a lot of attention
to the fact that
child was unhappy at home.
I knew
about
that he had problems
-The judge paid a lot of attention
to that
child was unhappy at home
-The judge paid a lot of attention that child was unhappy at home
3.I am worried
about
where she is
I am worried where she is
EXCEPTION
PREPOSITION + IF > PREPOSITION + WHETHER
formal / informal
FORMAL
1-
With
whom did she go?

2-It is a boring place
in
which to live
Who visit it
for
, madam?
3-
For
whom is it, madam?
INFORMAL
NEXT TO, BY, NEAR
We usually use
near
with towns or cities.
Emin lives
next to/by
Instanbul.
Emin lives
near
Instanbul.
We get
on
or
off
a bus, plane, train, boat and bike but
into
and
out
of a car.
Into, out of, onto, off
ACROSS AND OVER
We use
over
when we are not directly touching the surface we are crossing:
The horse jumped
across
the fence. ✓
The horse jumped
over
the fence.
Across
Over
AT AND TO
“Throw those keys
to
me, will you? I need to lock the door.” (I want the keys)

“She was so angry, she threw the keys
at
me.” (to try and hit me)
1- This is the house
that
I told you
about
.

2- I admire the patience
with
which she spoke.
-I admire the patience she spoke
with
BEFORE
AT, IN, ON
We do not use these prepositions immediately before adverbs or adverbial phrases such as today, tomorrow, last/this/next/every morning, week, year, etc.

Our holidays starts
on
next week.
Our holidays starts next week.

1.Did you travel
before the war
, dad? (preposition)
2. I have a strange feeling that I've been here
before
. (adverb)
-Tom is sick. he wasn't ......... work today. He was......... home ...... bed.

-When we arrived ....... the theater, there was a long line outside.

-Sorry I'm late. I missed the bus, so I had to come....... foot.

- I had lost my key, but I managed to climb ....... the house through a window.

-I didn't feel like walking, so I came home ......
a taxi.

-Do you know any songs..... the Beatles?

-Next month I'm going to Mexico ...... a short vacation.

-Ann reads a lot of books...... American writers.

-The people next door are annoyed .... us..... making so much noise last night.

INDEX

1
.Introduction.

2
.Body:
2.1
Types and vocabulary problems.
2.2
Word order :

2.2.1
. -ING forms.
2.2.2.
Before conjuctions.

2.2.3.
At the end of the clauses.

3.
Exercises.
You can follow this lesson in MyGrammaLab book. (Pages 48-58)
I'm worried
about
whether you're happy.

I'm worried
about if
you're happy.
We say
on
a boat,
on
a plane,
on
a bus.
We say
in
a car,
in
a taxi.

Why do we get
ON
a bus, but
IN
a car?


between
among
THANK YOU!
ROSA VILLA SIERRA
MARÍA JOSÉ RUIZ DE LEÓN MERLO
NIEVES MUELAS YUNTA
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