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Prepositions of place

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Nancy Garcia

on 25 May 2013

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Transcript of Prepositions of place

Across - Towards Listening a song! Video Time! Let's do some exercises Prepositions
of
Place ACROSS: Under - Below - Over Above - Into ABOVE: NEXT TO: Next to - Between IN: In - At - On BEHIND: Behind - In front of Resources WORKBOOK:




4B- "Enjoy your stay" inside Eg: She is in the car AT: used to show an exact position or particular place Eg: She sat at the table ON: used to show that something is in a position above something else and touching it Eg: The book is on the desk not far away in distance Eg: The girl who is next to the house BETWEEN: in or into the space which separates two places, people or objects Eg: The bakery is between the supermarket at the back (of) Eg: I hung my coat behind the door IN FRONT OF: further forward than someone or something else Eg: She started talking to the man in front of her UNDER: lower than (or covered by) something else Eg: The cat is under the chair Below: lower than something else. Eg: The plane is just below the the cloud Over: across from one side to the other. Eg: I walked over the bridge higher than something else, but not directly over it Eg: A plane above the lake INTO: towards the inside or middle of something and about to be contained, surrounded or enclosed by it Eg: Shall we go into the garden? getting to the other side Eg: She walked across the field TOWARDS: in the direction of, or closer to someone or something Eg: She walked towards him. Agenda Introduction
Preposition of Place
Watch the video
Exercise 1- Pictures n' Preposition
Exercise 2- Pag37- A
Exercise 3- Pag38- B
Exercise 4-Pag38- C
Exercise 5- Pag 38- D
Let's listen a song!
Give extra material THANKS FOR PAYING ATTENTION
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