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Prepositions of Time and Place

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Camille Cabrolier

on 19 May 2015

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Transcript of Prepositions of Time and Place

Before
Situations that have already happened
AT
Time
On
Days
Prepositions of Time and Place
Place
Rocio Lagos
Francisca Becker
Camille Cabrolier
Mª de los Ángeles Lillo
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Night
It gets cold night
at
Show an exact or particular time
There's a meeting 6:30 pm tomorrow
at
Weekend (british)
What did you do t the weekend?
at
Specific
Show an exact position or particular place
Table
Event
Place where you do something typical
I met her the entrance
at
We use "
before
" after using the verb
She sat the table
at
Be careful!
Examples:

- Call me
before
one. (Llamame
antes
de la 1.)
- They arrived
before
me. (Llegaron
antes
que yo.)
We use
on
for special dates, not months. So don't get confused, we use
in
for months. Example We have exams
in
May
After
a concert
At
Situations that will happen later
work
At
We
use
it
after
Verbs, names or nouns.
Examples:
- We will see you
after
the movie. (Te veremos
después
de la pelicula.)
- I arrived
after
them. (Llegué después de ellos.)

Many prepositions can be used to indicate a time or a place but with different conditions.
Time
Many shops don't open Sundays
My first kiss was Valentine's day.
Weekends (American english)
What did you do the weekend?
Place
"Attached"
IN
Look at the picture the wall.
We use it to signalize
on
Time
Next to or along the side of something
Cambridge is the River Cam.
on
Place
Months
Seasons
Town names
Times of the day
Show that something is above something else and touching it.
Bibliografía
http://www.myenglishpages.com/site_php_files/grammar-exercise-prepositions.php#.U3rJMSjzdrk
http://www.myenglishpages.com/site_php_files/grammar-lesson-prepositions-time.php#.U3q8uyjzdrk
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