Project Using Prepositions SINCE , FROM and FOR28-10-2010 M.Raghuram
Objectives: To enable the learners recognize the prepositions since, for and for To enable the learners understand the difference between since and from in usage To enable the learners understand the difference between since and for in usage To enable the learners use since from and for in meaningful situations28-10-2010 M.Raghuram
Since and from refer to the point of time It has been raining since last night.28-10-2010 M.Raghuram
They lived here from 2000 to 2010. (Now they are not living here)28-10-2010 M.Raghuram
However , since is used in present perfect and present perfect progressive tenses . It is used to refer to the point of time . From refers to point of time as well as the beginning of an event such journey , duration and length . We have lived here since 2000.28-10-2010 M.Raghuram
They have been playing since 6 o’ clock.28-10-2010 M.Raghuram
For refers to the period of time. We have lived here for ten years. It has been raining for three hours.28-10-2010 M.Raghuram
Tirupati Hyderabad Vamshi travelled from Hyderabad to Tirupati in a car.28-10-2010 M.Raghuram
.Fill in the blanks with suitable prepositions .1. The man rescued the boy -------------- a dangerous fire accident.2. John has been learning English ------------- 2005.3. Susan is suffering ------------- fever.4. It has not rained -------------last year.5. Can you exchange my mobile ------------ a new one?from for since since from 28-10-2010 M.Raghuram
Prepared by : M .Raghuram, M.A.,B.Ed., PGCTE(EFLU)., M. Phil (EFLU) S.A.(English), ZPHS,Manikonda, 28-10-2010 M.Raghuram.Mahabubnagar Dist
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