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LGC Level 01

Herron LGC Level 01 8 les prépositions

sur on (top of)
pour for
dans in; inside
derrière behind
avec with
sans without
chez in, at, to the home of, office, buisness of
sous under
à in, at, to -Plus a city= à Paris -Plus a place= à la plage
en in -en ville= in town -en classe= in class -en anglais= in english
de of; from
à côté de beside; next to
avant before (referring to time)
devant before ( referring to a location); in front of
durant/pendant during
d'après according to
après after
près de near (to)
loin de far from
en face de facing
entre between
J'étudie IN ORDER (TO) réussir à l'examen. pour
J'habite IN Paris. à (Remember à + a city)
in town en ville
in class en classe
in French en français
the English teacher le prof D'anglais ("D(e)" is used in compound nouns.)
According to me, French is fun! D'après moi, le français est amusant !
The house is next to the garage. La maison est à côté DU garage.
Created by: herronm