Wednesday, March 5, 2014
English Grammar - Prepositions of Location
Prepositions of Location
At - a particular place
On –on top of an object or a place
In – enclosed inside the place
Meet me at the corner.
The post office is on
We met in
Exercise – write the correct preposition in the blank. At, On, In, each word will be used many times.
Where did you say we would meet? __________________ the movie theater
I read _________ the encyclopedia many interesting facts about turtles.
I have lived ______________ this city for many years.
You live _______________________
123 5th Avenue?
There are roses growing ___________________ the garden.
The book is __________________ the table.
Where did you find that information ________________ the Internet?
The pen is ____________________ the blue box.
The lamp is standing _________________ the floor.
The party is ___________________
10551 Holman Ave.
Put your flute away _______________ the case.
There is someone _______________ the door.
You will find the link _______________ the top of the webpage.
The painting is hanging _________________ the wall.
We put a new light fixture ________________the ceiling.
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