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Preposition Review Prepositions of Time, Place/Location, Movement and Direction Under the picture on each slide, write a sentence using a preposition. You may use the vocabulary provided or you may choose different words. Copyright ©2013 Donna BarrAll rights reserved by author.www.ESLAmerica.US
book, head, glasses, mouth, hair, bangs
pencil, pencil sharpener, pencil shavings, shadow
pizza, box, slice of pizza
truck, box, street
flowers, heart, boy, girl
globe, box, umbrella, glass, recycle symbol, arrows
bee, fly, flower
witch, moon, broom
horse, jockey, log
diver, pool, jump, dive
soccer, ball, sky
string, finger, hand
Christmas, tree, present, ornament, star
bear, arm, brown, pink, grass
car, door, driver, road, line
race car, checkered flag, race
bus, stop sign, blinking lights
school bus, bus driver, children, window
alarm clock, bed, pajamas
surfboard, surfer, swim trunks
basketball, hoop, rim
party, New Year, midnight,clock,
umbrella, raincoat, rain, puddle, frog
student, school, grass, book, backpack
owl, branch, leaves, talons, moon, sky
monkey, tree, branches, leaves, river, tail
flag, boy, sparkler
hamburger, bun, meat, lettuce, tomato, fries
watermelon, banana, pineapple, broccoli, apple…
Statue of Liberty, torch
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