Giving directions

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By Lisa Maria de Jesus, Language Assisstant at IES Luis Vives in Leganés, Spain.

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Giving directions

  1. 1. Giving Directions Prepositions of place and movement
  2. 2. IN Static (non-movement) verbs, countries, cities, states and places you can walk into For example:  Stay in the UK  Work in Madrid  Arrive in Bulgaria  In a room/ In a building
  3. 3. AT Static (non-movement) verbs and places For example:  At work/ home/ cinema  Arrive at work  At the end of the street  At the bus-stop
  4. 4. TO Verbs of movement (go, come, drive, get[arrive], etc) For example:  Go to school  Get to work  Walk to the park Never with ‘home’ – go home, drive home, walk home, etc Never with ‘visit’ – she visited Colombia
  5. 5. ON With directions For example:  On the left  On the right  Straight on + on the corner
  6. 6. Giving directions  Take the first/second/third road on the left/right.  It’s on the left/right.  Turn left/right.  Go straight on (until you see X)  Straight ahead  At the end (of the road) turn…
  7. 7. Points of reference  Roundabout - first, second, third exit  Junction  Crossroads  Traffic lights
  8. 8. “HELP! I’m lost!” Give directions to destination. Use the vocabulary Start from A, finish at B

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