Parts of Speech (Prepositions)
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English language learners: this is a 10-slide presentation to help you revisit prepositions, so you can build stronger sentences. (Created by Rita Zuba Prokopetz / G&R Languages – May, 2014).

English language learners: this is a 10-slide presentation to help you revisit prepositions, so you can build stronger sentences. (Created by Rita Zuba Prokopetz / G&R Languages – May, 2014).

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  • Parts of SpeechParts of Speech 1 H iClass! H iClass! Topic: Parts of Speech (Prepositions) Audience: English language learners Published by: G&R Languages – May, 2014 Images: courtesy of ClipArt. Photos: courtesy of ClipArt and RZP VERBS NOUNS PRONOUNS ADJECTIVES ADVERBS ARTICLES CONJUNCTIONS INTERJECTIONS PREPOSITIONSPREPOSITIONS
  • Images: Courtesy of Clip Art Prepositions Position Direction Time Other Topic: Parts of Speech (Prepositions) Audience: English language learners Published by: G&R Languages – May, 2014 In On At behind under beside Show relationship 2
  • What are prepositions? Words that show relationship: Of nouns: book, shelf To other words in the sentence The book on the shelf is old Images: Courtesy of Clip Art3
  • What are prepositions? Words that show relationship: Of pronouns: he, his To other words in the sentence He put the book on his lap Images: Courtesy of Clip Art4
  • What are prepositions? Words that show position Up Down At Under Over Inside Outside On Images: Courtesy of Clip Art 5
  • What are prepositions? Words that show direction On the left On the right Around Upwards Through At the dartboard Back and forth Toward the hole Images: Courtesy of Clip Art6
  • What are prepositions? Words that show time Before During After Until Exercise until noon! W ork out till you get m uscles! Till Images: Courtesy of Clip Art7
  • What else? Show other relationship: Pot of gold For you With you Without you Happy like you (similar to) Dreaming of you Learning about it Images: Courtesy of Clip Art8
  • What are prepositions? Words that show: Position Direction Time Other Images: Courtesy of Clip Art9
  • Images: Courtesy of Clip Art Prepositions Position Direction Time Other Topic: Parts of Speech (Prepositions) Audience: English language learners Published by: G&R Languages – May, 2014 In On At Show relationship Thank you! 10 For