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movement across up through into Out of along down under To/towardsover Away from
PREPOSITIONS OF MOVEMENTWhere is she going? She is walking ………the forest. through
PREPOSITIONS OF MOVEMENTWhat is the man doing? He is going ……. downstairs
PREPOSITIONS OF MOVEMENTWhere are they going? They are going …..the mountain to/ towards/ up
PREPOSITIONS OF MOVEMENTWhat are they doing? They are going …..the road across
PREPOSITIONS OF MOVEMENTWhat is the girl doing? The girl is going …..the road along
PREPOSITIONS OF MOVEMENTWhat is he doing? He is swimming …….. ………..the sharks. away from
PREPOSITIONS OF MOVEMENTWhere is the cargoing? The car is going ……Hollywood towards
PREPOSITIONS OF MOVEMENTWhat are the fish doing? The fish are swimming …..the water under
PREPOSITIONS OF MOVEMENTWhat is the girl doing? The girl is walking…..the sun under
PREPOSITIONS OF MOVEMENTWhere are they walking? They are walking ….the park in
PREPOSITIONS OF MOVEMENTWhat is she doing? She is going …..the swimming-pool into
PREPOSITIONS OF MOVEMENTWhat is he doing? He is coming……the swimming-pool out of
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