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prepositions of place

at used to show an exact position or particular place: table events, place where you are to do something typical (watch a film, study, work) ex: I met her at the entrance, at the bus stop
on used to show that something is in a position above something else and touching it. -left, right -a floor in a house -used for showing some methods of traveling -television, radio ex:The shop is on the left
by, next to, beside, near not far away in distance ex:The girl who is by / next to / beside the house.
between in or into the space which separates two places, people or objects ex:The town lies halfway between Rome and Florence.
from used to show the place where someone or something starts ex:What time does the flight from Amsterdam arrive?
onto used to show movement into or on a particular place ex:I slipped as I stepped onto the platform.
towards in the direction of, or closer to someone or something ex:She stood up and walked towards him.
into towards the inside or middle of something and about to be contained, surrounded or enclosed by it ex:Shall we go into the garden?
to -in the direction of -bed ex:We went to Prague last year. I go to bed at ten.
across from one side to the other of something with clear limits / getting to the other side ex:She walked across the field/road.
Created by: andrea15



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