Preposition for Year 6


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Preposition for Year 6

  1. 1. 3/30/2014 Madam Haslinda Midy
  2. 2. behind between through opposite beside towards outside along against aboard beneath around across without during below3/30/2014 Madam Haslinda Midy
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  4. 4. A preposition is a word which precedes a noun (or a pronoun) to show the noun's (or the pronoun's) relationship to another word in the sentence. A preposition links nouns, pronouns and phrases to other words in a sentence. 3/30/2014 Madam Haslinda Midy
  5. 5. Describe where something is. For example ‘in, on, under, behind’ 3/30/2014 Madam Haslinda Midy
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  7. 7. 3/30/2014 Where are they? Madam Haslinda Midy
  8. 8. ‘at’ for a POINT ‘in’ for an ENCLOSED SPACE ‘on’ for a SURFACE 3/30/2014 Madam Haslinda Midy
  9. 9. 3/30/2014 at in on POINT ENCLOSED SPACE SURFACE at the corner in the garden on the wall at the bus stop in London on the ceiling at the door in France on the door at the top of the page in a box on the cover at the end of the road in my pocket on the floor at the entrance in my wallet on the carpet at the crossroads in a building on the menu at the front desk in a car on a page Madam Haslinda Midy
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  11. 11. ‘at’ for a PRECISE TIME ‘in’ for MONTHS, YEARS, CENTURIES, LONG PERIODS ‘on’ for DAYS and DATES 3/30/2014 Madam Haslinda Midy
  12. 12. 3/30/2014 at in on PRECISE TIME MONTHS, YEARS, CENTURIES and LONG PERIODS DAYS and DATES at 3 o'clock in May on Sunday at 10.30am in summer on Tuesdays at noon in the summer on 6 March at dinnertime in 1990 on 25 Dec. 2010 at bedtime in the 1990s on Christmas Day at sunrise in the next century on Independence Day at sunset in the Ice Age on my birthday at the moment in the past/future on New Year's Eve Madam Haslinda Midy
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  14. 14. to show movement ‘to’ or ‘from’ a place 3/30/2014 Madam Haslinda Midy
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  16. 16. 3/30/2014 up up the stairs up the hill down down the stairs down the hill across across the road across the river over over the bridge over the hill under under the bridge under the table along along the street along the river into into the house into the garden out of out of the house out of the garden through through the town through the door past past the house past the cat round/around round the tree round the park from ... to ... from A to B Madam Haslinda Midy
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  18. 18. on under near 3/30/2014 Draw the situation Madam Haslinda Midy
  19. 19. Mary 3/30/2014 Madam Haslinda Midy
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  21. 21. 3/30/2014 Fill in the blanks. Madam Haslinda Midy
  22. 22. 3/30/2014 on under near beside on on in between Check your answers. Madam Haslinda Midy
  23. 23. 3/30/2014 1. Walk________the corridor and the photocopier is on the left. (along/at) 2. The restaurant is________the top of the building, on the twentieth floor. (in/at) 3. Do you want the logo on the left, on the right, or_________the middle? (in/at) 4. I can't sleep, my room is__________the hotel disco. (along/above) 5. Go___________the hotel and turn left. (along/out of) 6. Walk past the reception and my office is_________the lift. (next to/next) Choose the correct answers Madam Haslinda Midy
  24. 24. 3/30/2014 1. Walk along the corridor and the photocopier is on the left. (along/at) 2. The restaurant is at the top of the building, on the twentieth floor. (in/at) 3. Do you want the logo on the left, on the right, or in the middle? (in/at) 4. I can't sleep, my room is above the hotel disco. (along/above) 5. Go out of the hotel and turn left. (along/out of) 6. Walk past the reception and my office is next to the lift. (next to/next) Check your answers Madam Haslinda Midy
  25. 25. 3/30/2014 Now try to write few simple sentences about the picture. Madam Haslinda Midy
  26. 26. 1.There are flowers in the vase. 2.There is vase on the table. 3.There is a pot of plant near the door. 4.There is a book on the blanket. 5.There is a blanket on the bed. 6.There is a poster on the wall. 7.There is a lamp on the desk. 8.There is a pair of slippers 3/30/2014 Madam Haslinda Midy
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  28. 28. 1.The vase is ____ _the table. 2.The ball is ____________the table. 3.The flowers are _____ the vase. 4.The cat is _____ the armchair. 5.The chair is _____________ the armchair. 6.The schoolbag is _______ the carpet.3/30/2014 Madam Haslinda Midy
  29. 29. 3/30/2014 Try to make compound sentences about the picture. Madam Haslinda Midy
  30. 30. 3/30/2014 Now fill in the blanks with the correct prepositions. Madam Haslinda Midy
  31. 31. 3/30/2014 Make sentences about the picture below. Madam Haslinda Midy
  32. 32. 3/30/2014 1. There is a television set above the fireplace. 2. There is a red blanket draped on the armchair. 3. There is a fireplace near the sofa. 4. There are three chairs at the table. 5. There is a square carpet in front of the sofa. 6. There is a table made of glass on the carpet. 7. There are several windows for a sea view. 8. There are two spotlights on the ceiling. 9. There is a basket next to the fireplace. 10. There is a lamp near the window. Some examples of sentences. Madam Haslinda Midy
  33. 33. Good luck in your3/30/2014 Madam Haslinda Midy