Saturday, March 8, 2014
English Grammar - Prepositions of Direction
Prepositions of Direction
To - going in a direction
In - being inside a city, swimming pool, a country
Out - leaving an enclosed space
I am going to Paris next month.
He slipped in the puddle.
She is coming out of the store.
Exercises: Use the prepositions to, in, out in these sentences. You will use them many times.
Where are you going? I'm going ____________________ the mall.
I love swimming ____________ the ocean.
Come ______________ of the rain!
The plane is traveling from Washington DC _______________ London.
Get _______________ of the street, there's a truck coming.
Mary went ______________ the elevator as I was coming out.
Where is the Grande Place _______________ Brussels?
Come ____________ the door is open.
Can you come _____________the kitchen and help with the dishes?
We are traveling _________________ the Alps next winter.
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