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  • Prepositionsmovement and direction
  • Some prepositions are usedexclusively to indicatemovementordirection.
    Some examples are:
    into
    out of
    toward
    awayfrom
    up
    down
    off
  • into
    She’sgoingintothe pool.
    He’sputtingthe pizza intotheoven
  • out of
    She’swalkingout ofthehouse
    She’stakingthedishout oftheoven.
  • toward: in thedirectionofawayfrom: in theoppositedirectionof
    He is runningawayfromthedogs
    Thepricess is walkingtowardthecastle.
  • upanddown
    Thejeep is goingupthehill.
    Thekayak is goingdowntheriver
  • off: whenthecontactbetweentwothings is removed.
    Thepoormanjustfelloffhishorse.
    She’stakingoffhershoes
  • Otherprepositionscanindicatemovementanddirectionorpositiondependingonthesituation.
    Some examples are:
    along
    across
    around
    over
    under
  • along
    Thestripes are alongthelegs.
    (position)
    Theprettygeisha is walkingalongthestreet.
    (movement)
  • across
    There is a light bluestripeacrossthe front oftheshirt.
    (position)
    The Beatles are walkingacrossthestreet.
    (movement)
  • around
    They are runningaroundthetrack.
    (movement)
    Shehas a LEGObeltaroundherwaist.
    (position)
  • above/over andunder
    The plane is flyingabove/overtheclouds.
    She’swalkingunder a ladder.