What is a preposition? A preposition links nouns, pronouns and phrases to other words in a sentence. The word or phrase that the preposition introduces is called the object of the preposition.
PREPOSITIONS Prepositions are important grammatical words in our vocabulary that explain the relationship between two thingsas in the following example:
The orange is in the box. The preposition in this example is the word "in" and is connecting the words "orange" and "box."
Prepositions The woman is sitting a table. (at) She is sitting a chair. (on) Her feet arethe table (under) the table are a laptop, a paper, a calculator, an appointment calendar, two pens and a muffin. (on) The woman is looking her laptop. (at) The woman's bag isthe table. (under)
Complete the exercise according to the picture. 1. In the picture, I can see Santa Claus and a girl. 2. Santa is sitting on a chair. 3. The girl is standing next to Santa. 4. Santa and the girl are looking at each other. 5. The girl has a present in her hands. 6. Behind the girl, there is a Christmas tree. 7. There are more presents under the tree. 8. Santa's big bag is lying on the floor.