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1 Prepositions Written and oral language conventions 1.1 Lesson 1: Memorizing prepositions

2 Prepositions: By definition, a preposition is “a relation or function word…that connects a word, usually a noun or pronoun, to another element of the sentence, as to a verb, to a noun, or to an adjective…”

3 The First Ten About Above Across After Against Along Amid Among Around At

4 Quiz #1 Using the paper provided: – Put your name and date it – Number one to ten – List the first ten prepositions

5 Twenty Prepositions About Above Across After Against Along Amid Among Around At Atop Before Behind Below Beneath Beside Between Beyond But (meaning except) By

6 Quiz #2 Using the paper provided: – Put your name and date it – Number one to twenty – List twenty prepositions

7 Thirty Prepositions About Above Across After Against Along Amid Among Around At Atop Before Behind Below Beneath Beside Between Beyond But (meaning except) By Concerning Down During Except For From In Inside Into Like

8 Quiz #3 Using the paper provided: – Put your name and date it – Number one to thirty – List thirty prepositions

9 Forty Prepositions About Above Across After Against Along Amid Among Around At Atop Before Behind Below Beneath Beside Between Beyond But By Concerning Down During Except For From In Inside Into Like Near Of Off On Onto Out Outside Over Past Regarding

10 Quiz #4 Using the paper provided: – Put your name and date it – Number one to forty – List forty prepositions

11 50 Prepositions About Above Across After Against Along Amid Among Around At Atop Before Behind Below Beneath Beside Between Beyond But By Concerning Down During Except For From In Inside Into Like Near Of Off On Onto Out Outside Over Past Regarding Since Through Throughout To Toward Under Underneath Until Up Upon

12 Quiz #5 Using the paper provided: – Put your name and date it – Number one to fifty – List fifty prepositions

13 53 Prepositions About Above Across After Against Along Amid Among Around At Atop Before Behind Below Beneath Beside Between Beyond But By Concerning Down During Except For From In Inside Into Like Near Of Off On Onto Out Outside Over Past Regarding Since Through Throughout To Toward Under Underneath Until Up Upon With Within Without

14 Final Quiz: Using the paper provided: – Put your name and date it – Number one to fifty-three – List fifty-three prepositions

15 Introduction to Prepositional Phrases

16 Prepositional Phrases A prepositional phrase begins with a preposition and ends with a noun or pronoun. That noun or pronoun is called the object of the preposition. For example: – with my grandfather “With” is the preposition. “Grandfather” is the object of the preposition. “With my grandfather” is a prepositional phrase.

17 The easiest way to identify a prepositional phrase is that it will start with a preposition and ends with a “thing”. For example: – The boy looked at a magazine. “At” is the preposition “Magazine” is the object of the preposition or the “thing” “At a magazine” is the prepositional phrase


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