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    • Some words can be used as either an adverb or a preposition .
    • ADVERB: Susan ran inside .
    • PREPOSITION: Her hat was inside the store.
    • ADVERB: The shopkeeper looked up .
    • PREPOSITION : Susan raced up the stairs.
    Adverb Preposition or
    • You can tell the difference between an adverb and a preposition if you look carefully at how the word is used in the sentence.
    • If the word begins a prepositional phrase , it’s a preposition .
    • Otherwise, it is an adverb .
    Adverb or Preposition
    • Above
    • Along
    • Around
    • Below
    • By
    • Down
    • In
    • Inside
    • Near
    • Off
    • Over
    • Out
    • Outside
    • Under
    • Up
    Adverb or Preposition
  • Adverb or Preposition
    • She was curious and went in .
    • In every corner, she saw strange, wonderful things.
    • Sarah walked around .
    • A wooden box beside the vase caught Sarah’s attention.
    • Near the bed was an old rocking chair.
    • Sarah sat down .
    • She was curious and went in .-- Adverb
    • In every corner, she saw strange, wonderful things.-- Preposition
    • Sarah walked around .-- Adverb
    • A wooden box beside the vase caught Sarah’s attention.-- Preposition
    • Near the bed was an old rocking chair.-- Preposition
    • Sarah sat down .-- Adverb
    • Complete Workbook page 138 on your own.
    • Due Thursday, April 22 , if not finished in class today.
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