USE OF PREPOSITIONS

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Use of Prepositions : 

Use of Prepositions Presented by Sanjiv Kumar

Contents : 

Contents Objectives. Definition of Preposition. Use of Prepositions. Queries. Bibliography.

Objectives : 

Objectives To make grammar interesting for the students. To make the students understand the use of prepositions more easily, accurately and comprehensively.

Preposition : 

Preposition A preposition is a word normally placed before a noun or a pronoun in order to show its relation with some other word in the sentence.

Slide 6: 

IN ON Under

Use of “in” (POSITION) : 

Use of “in” (POSITION) Children are “in” the room.

Use of “in” : 

Use of “in” Balls are “in” the box.

Use of “at” : 

Use of “at” Children are waiting “at” Zebra Cross.

Use of “on” : 

Use of “on” Radio is “on” the Table.

Use of “on” : 

Use of “on” He is working “on” Computer

Use of ‘on’ : 

Use of ‘on’ Address and Stamp “On” the envelope.

Use of “to” (movement) : 

Use of “to” (movement) She is going “to” the hospital

Use of “from” (starting point to dest.) : 

Use of “from” (starting point to dest.) He is going from his house to the hill .

Use Of “From” : 

Use Of “From” She is taking a book from the shelf.

Use of “into” : 

Use of “into” He is going into a tunnel.

Use of “into” : 

Use of “into” She is putting the ball into the hole.

Use of “out of” : 

Use of “out of” He is looking out of the window.

Use of “out of” : 

Use of “out of” He is jumping out of an aero -plane.

Use of “off” (down or away from a place) : 

Use of “off” (down or away from a place) The car is jumping off a cliff.

Use of “up” : 

Use of “up” He is hiking up a hill.

Use of “down” (from a higher point on sth. to a lower one.) : 

Use of “down” (from a higher point on sth. to a lower one.) Her hair hang down her shoulders.

Use of “Over" (covering, from one side to the other) : 

Use of “Over" (covering, from one side to the other) He is driving over the pot holes. A man is flying over a palace.

Use of “under“ ( below the surface of sth.) : 

Use of “under“ ( below the surface of sth.) She is sitting under a table.

Use of “under” : 

Use of “under” A mouse is sitting under a table.

Use of “through” (from one end to the other end /side) : 

Use of “through” (from one end to the other end /side) A man is crawling through the grass. A man is hiking through the forest.

Use of “(a) round”(in a circle/surrounding sb./sth.) : 

Use of “(a) round”(in a circle/surrounding sb./sth.) We wear helmet round our head. The plane is flying round the world.

Use of “along” ( in a line that follows the side of sth long.) : 

Use of “along” ( in a line that follows the side of sth long.) He was riding along the river.

Use of “across” (from one side to the other side) : 

Use of “across” (from one side to the other side) He is hiking across the log.

Queries : 

Queries He made his escape by jumping ______ a window and jumping ______ a waiting car. over / into between / into out of / between out of / into up to / out of Exit

Queries (Contd….) : 

Queries (Contd….) To get to the Marketing department, you have to go ______ those stairs and then ______ the corridor to the end. over / into between / into out of / between out of / into up / along Exit

Queries (Contd….) : 

Queries (Contd….) I saw something about it ______ television. In On At Through with Exit

Queries…. : 

Queries…. The ball goes …………….. the net. Water flows …………..the bridge. The bridge is ……….the brook. They are sitting……….a table.

The following words are the most commonly used prepositions : 

The following words are the most commonly used prepositions

Bibliography : 

Bibliography Essential English Grammar by Raymond Murphy. High school English Grammar by Thomson & Martin.

SUGGESTIONS AT:- : 

SUGGESTIONS AT:- dietfgs@rediffmail.com Govt. Sen. Sec. School, Randhawa Fatehgarh Sahib Punjab 140406

THANKS : 

THANKS