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  • Prepositions

    1. 1. Prepositions Modifying Sentences
    2. 2. Prepositions
    3. 3. Prepositions • Definition
    4. 4. Prepositions • Definition • Relates a noun or pronoun to the rest of the sentence
    5. 5. Prepositions • Definition • Relates a noun or pronoun to the rest of the sentence • Can relate to:
    6. 6. Prepositions • Definition • Relates a noun or pronoun to the rest of the sentence • Can relate to: • TIME
    7. 7. Prepositions • Definition • Relates a noun or pronoun to the rest of the sentence • Can relate to: • TIME • DIRECTION
    8. 8. Prepositions • Definition • Relates a noun or pronoun to the rest of the sentence • Can relate to: • TIME • DIRECTION • LOCATION
    9. 9. Prepositions • Definition • Relates a noun or pronoun to the rest of the sentence • Can relate to: • TIME • DIRECTION • LOCATION • RELATIONSHIP
    10. 10. Prepositions: Time
    11. 11. Prepositions: Time • Basic sentence: I ate an apple.
    12. 12. Prepositions: Time • Basic sentence: I ate an apple. • I ate an apple before school.
    13. 13. Prepositions: Time • Basic sentence: I ate an apple. • I ate an apple before school. • I ate an apple after school.
    14. 14. Prepositions: Time • Basic sentence: I ate an apple. • I ate an apple before school. • I ate an apple after school. • I ate an apple during school.
    15. 15. Preposition: Direction
    16. 16. Preposition: Direction • Basic sentence: I walked.
    17. 17. Preposition: Direction • Basic sentence: I walked. • I walked up the hill.
    18. 18. Preposition: Direction • Basic sentence: I walked. • I walked up the hill. • I walked down the hill.
    19. 19. Preposition: Direction • Basic sentence: I walked. • I walked up the hill. • I walked down the hill. • I walked beyond the hill.
    20. 20. Preposition: Direction • Basic sentence: I walked. • I walked up the hill. • I walked down the hill. • I walked beyond the hill. • I walked around the hill.
    21. 21. Preposition: Location
    22. 22. Preposition: Location • Basic sentence: I parked my car.
    23. 23. Preposition: Location • Basic sentence: I parked my car. • I parked my car beside the tree.
    24. 24. Preposition: Location • Basic sentence: I parked my car. • I parked my car beside the tree. • I parked my car in front of the tree.
    25. 25. Preposition: Location • Basic sentence: I parked my car. • I parked my car beside the tree. • I parked my car in front of the tree. • I parked my car along the fence.
    26. 26. Preposition: Location • Basic sentence: I parked my car. • I parked my car beside the tree. • I parked my car in front of the tree. • I parked my car along the fence. • I parked my car under the tree.
    27. 27. Preposition: Location • Basic sentence: I parked my car. • I parked my car beside the tree. • I parked my car in front of the tree. • I parked my car along the fence. • I parked my car under the tree. • I parked my car behind the building.
    28. 28. Preposition: Relationship
    29. 29. Preposition: Relationship • Basic sentence: I went shopping.
    30. 30. Preposition: Relationship • Basic sentence: I went shopping. • I went shopping with my sister.
    31. 31. Preposition: Relationship • Basic sentence: I went shopping. • I went shopping with my sister. • I went shopping for my sister.
    32. 32. Preposition: Relationship • Basic sentence: I went shopping. • I went shopping with my sister. • I went shopping for my sister. • I borrowed a dress from my sister.
    33. 33. Preposition: Relationship • Basic sentence: I went shopping. • I went shopping with my sister. • I went shopping for my sister. • I borrowed a dress from my sister. • We got new pajamas except for my sister.

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