Prepositions Learning Zone - Inglés Universidad Metropolitana Título V Campus

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  • Prepositions

    Learning Zone - InglsUniversidad MetropolitanaTtulo V Campus

  • Definition

    In English we use the following prepositions to indicate:a. timeb. Placec. Location or direction

  • CategoriesPrepositions of:TimeDirection LocationPracticeClick on the subject you would like to explore.

  • Preposition of Location In English language we use prepositions to talk about time.

    Those prepositions are:

    inonat Click the circles to explore.

  • Preposition InUse in when you talk about:

  • Preposition OnUse on when you talk about:

    Days of the weekShe does not like to go to work on Mondays.Tiffany loves to go shopping on Fridays.DateI was born on January 27, 1986.My wedding is on June 23, 2009.

  • Preposition AtUse at when you talk about:

    Exact timeThe meeting will start at 8:00 p.m.My date is at 7 o clock.Night My favorite T.V. show is at night.Carla is going to come at night.

  • Preposition of Direction Prepositions of Direction are used to clarify the direction of someone or something.

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  • Prepositions of Direction - Table

  • Prepositions of Direction - Table

  • Prepositions of Location They tell where someone or something is.

    Those prepositions are:

    inonat Click the circles to explore.

  • Preposition InUse in when you talk about:

  • Preposition OnUse on when you talk about:

  • Preposition AtUse at when you talk about:

  • Practice: Identify the function of the preposition.My birthday is on September 30.(time) (direction) (location)

    We will travel to France in Winter.(time) (direction) (location)

    We were sitting by the pool.(time) (direction) (location)

    My car is at my mothers house.(time) (direction) (location)

    Dinner is on the table.(time) (direction) (location)

  • Practice: Identify the function of the preposition.Michael sat next to me.(time) (direction) (location)

    Will you wait for me at school ?(time) (direction) (location)

    The next flight is at 7 oclock.(time) (direction) (location)

    The garlic is in the fridge, next to the sauce.(time) (direction) (location)

    I will see you in the morning.(time) (direction) (location)

  • Bibliography:Book: Grammar Link Second EditionLinda Butler Janet Podnecky

  • Prepared by:Cristabel R. Ocasio IlarrazaNirazette L. Gonzlez Abella