PPDGJ: Study The Preposition, So Simple for Elementary School

Study these words below!
A preposition is a word that connects one thing with another, showing how they are related. Some prepositions tell you about position or place. A preposition is usually followed by a noun or pronoun. Some prepositions are used to talk about time.
·        We get in the morning.
·        We go to bed at night.
·        It’s always hot in summer.
·        Autumn begins in September.
·        They were married in 1990.
·        Joe arrived after me.
·        It has not rained at all for two weeks.
·        Breakfast is served at seven o’clock
Exercise 1
Underline the prepositions in the following sentences.

1.     We have dinner at 7:30 P.M.
2.     Thoriq was born on a Friday.
3.     There are seven days in a week.
4.     The people are waiting at the bus stop.
5.     I received a letter from Sara yesterday.
6.     Why are you still in bed?

Exercise 2

Fill in the blanks with the correct prepositions from the box.
 Near      on at between in
by around into up behind

1.       The bus arrived _____ 8:30 A.M.
2.       The children are swimming _____ the pool.
3.       There’s a picture _____ the wall.
4.       There is a fence ________ the house.
5.       Anni is sitting ________ fire.
6.       Bahri is hiding ________ the chair.
7.       Dendi climbed ________ the beanstalk.
8.       We divided the candy ________ us.
9.       I dive ______ the river.
10.  Don’t go to ________ the edge.

Exercise 3
1. A ball is ………. the box.
2. There are flowers ………. the TV.
3. There is a picture……….. the wall.
4. There are flowers……….. the table.
5. The sofa is ………. the ball.
6. The table is ………… the window.
7. The TV is ……….. the lamp.


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