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  • PREPOSITIONS OF MOVEMENT English Alive 3 – unit 4
  • What are they doing?
    • He / climb
    • / the mine.
  • He’s climbing over the mine.
    • He / walk
    • / the mine.
  • He’s walking out of the mine.
    • He / walk
    • / the mine.
  • He’s walking into the mine.
    • He / slide
    • / the mine.
  • He’s sliding down the mine.
    • He / get
    • / the plane.
  • He’s getting off the plane.
    • He / get
    • / the plane.
  • He’s getting on the plane.
    • He / ride
    • / the hill.
  • He’s riding up the hill.
    • He / ride
    • / the hill.
  • He’s riding toward the hill.
    • She / run
    • / the forest.
  • She’s running through the forest.
    • He / run
    • / the bridge.
  • He’s running over the bridge.
    • He / swim
    • / the shark.
  • He’s swimming around the shark.
    • He / swim
    • / the shark.
  • He’s swimming under the shark.
    • He / swim
    • / the shark.
  • He’s swimming away from the shark.
    • He / swim
    • / the shark.
  • He’s swimming over the shark.
    • He / swim
    • / the shark.
  • He’s swimming past the shark.