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Notice how the following prepositions show the relationship between a person or thing and a place.

show the relationship between a person or thing and a place. They are walking to the

They are walking to the train station.

thing and a place. They are walking to the train station. John is sitting in the

John is sitting in the chair. Tom is sitting on the table. Mary is standing beside the table.

He is walking home from the train station.

the table. He is walking home from the train station. They are sitting around the table.

They are sitting around the table. They are eating at a party. The dog is lying near the table.

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They went

to

_ the party. (at, to)

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John is sitting Mary is sitting The man is sitting

a chair. (in, on) John. (at, near) the woman.

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The plates are on) He walked I am driving home (at, from) Keep the dog (in, off) The people are at)

 

the table. (in,

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the park. (for, to) the bank.

(beside, to) 10) Their feet are (through, under) 11) The guests are sitting table. (at, above) 12) The dog is lying on)

 

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the table.

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the furniture!

the

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a party. (in,

the floor. (at,

D D i i r r e e c c t t i i o

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The cat is

by

_ the towel. (behind, by)

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The toilet is The shampoo is The soap is The books are The soap is The toilet paper is The toilet cleaner is The cat is The mirror is The cat is The towel is The sink is

 

the sink. (next to, below) the conditioner. (beside, among) the things on the shelf. (among, above) the soap. (above, under) the books. (above, below) the toilet. (below, beside) the toilet. (in front of, behind) the shower. (near, far from) the sink. (above, in front of) the floor. (around, on) the sink. (under, next to) the toilet and the towel. (in front of, between)

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Notice how the following prepositions show the direction or movement of a person in a place.

Image courtesy of Azar, Betty; Understanding and Using English Grammar

of Azar, Betty; Understanding and Using English Grammar A. He is walking toward the stream. B.

A. He is walking toward the stream.

B. He is walking away from the stream.

C. He walked into the stream.

D. He walked out of the stream

E. He is walking along the stream.

F. He is walking through the stream.

G. He is walking up the stream.

H. He is walking down the stream.

I. He is walking across the steam.

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Please put the pot

on

_ the stove. (on, up)

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There is a bus stop Can you go My wallet is She put the letter The river is flowing May I hang my coat The children are running Who’s that man walking Would you like to walk You can read books I was walking The sink is

the post office. (in front of, to) the bank this afternoon? (at, to) my pocket. (between, in) the two books. (between, in) the bridge. (through, under) his? (between, on top of) us. (away from, through) the house? (at, toward) the park? (on, through) the library. (at, on) the door when you called. (across, out) the mirror. (at, below)

the hill. (in, up)

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They ran The picture is The bank is They walked We came here Get the dog

 

the sofa. (above, among) the street. (across, through) the road. (down, out) the doctor’s office. (at, from)

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the kitchen table! (off, on) the dining room table. (over, under)

There is a lamp hanging

We ran The table is Your letter is There’s a mouse My shoes are The dresser is The necklace is There’s a man sitting

the house. (into, up) the bed. (beside, through) the things on my desk. (among, between) the refrigerator. (across, behind) the closet. (in, on) the mirror. (at, below) my neck. (around, at) the bus. (in, on)

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