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Prepositions of Movement “The English language website where everything has sound!”
through The tiger is going through the ring of fire.
toward The students are walking toward the doors.
under The man is drilling under ground.
past The skier is going past the trees.
over The squirrel is looking over its shoulder.
off Humpty Dumpty is falling off the wall.
into Santa is going into the chimney.
around The animals are going around the carousel.
across The pencil is moving across the paper.
up The boy is holding up his test.
out of The fisherman is pulling the fish out of the water.
along The polar bear is walking along the ice.
away from The bee is flying away from the flowers.
down The basketball player is dribbling down the court.
onto The truck is dumping the dirt onto the hill.
The End “The English language website where everything has sound!”
Movement up down through along Out of into under Away fromover across To/towards.
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