|1)||What are prepositions?|
|2)||What are prepositional phrases?|
|3)||At, in, on (time)|
|4)||At, in, on (places)|
|5)||In, on, at, by other uses|
|6)||Other prepositions of places|
|7)||From...to, until, since, for, by|
|8)||Before, after, during, while|
PREPOSITIONS OF MOVEMENTS
We use to for movements and with words- go / come / return :
I went to the bus stop to meet Helen.
We are going to London next week;
but at or in for positions- where somebody / something is :
I waited at the bus stop for twenty minutes;
My brother are in the city centre.
We say go/come/walk/get/arrive home (without ‘to’):
I am going home.
But we say be/stay/do something at home:
I am staying at home this eneving.
We get to a place, but we arrive at a place, or arrive in a big place (NOT arrive to):
It took three hours to get to Cambridge.
I was tired when I arrived at the station.
We arrived in London very early in the morning.
We can use from… before to… :
He took five days to cycle from London to Edinburgh.
We say ‘been to a place’:
I have been to Italy four times.
We say ‘go ,get, fly into a room, a building, a car etc.’:
A bird flew into the kitchen trough the window;
Note that we get into and out of the cars BUT on (to) and off buses/trains/planes/ships.
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