Presentation on theme: "Prepositions. Prepositions connect a noun or pronoun object with another word in the sentence."— Presentation transcript:
Prepositions connect a noun or pronoun object with another word in the sentence.
Prepositions Showing Location above across against along among around at behind below beside between beyond by down from in
More Location Preps inside into near off on out outside over past through to toward under underneath up within
Prepositions Showing Time after as before during since until
Other Prepositions about despite except for like of per than with without
Prepositional Phrase a prepositional phrase begins with a preposition and ends with a noun or pronoun a prepositional phrase is never the subject or the verb of a sentence
Examples After school we walked to the library. Mary sits behind you in science class. Down the road galloped the horse. The plane flew above the clouds. SV SV SV SV
Practice, Practice, Practice Jane lives across the street from me. We went to the beach. Some boys crawled under the car. They stopped along the road for five minutes. During skiing season our family went to a lodge for a weekend.
Even More Practice The cars travel below the river and through the tunnel. The telephone rang in the middle of the night. Below the sink is the garbage can. Everyone except Mary left by noon. Outside the building the cats and dogs played.
Homework The plane flew ________ the clouds. You are to illustrate eight (8) different pictures, with eight different prepositions, showing the connection between the plane and the clouds.