Sunday, 11 December 2011
Test your knowledge of the prepositions in / at / to / nothing - showing place and movement. Choose either in, at, to, or nothing and click on the arrow to see you have answered correctly.
He lives Zielona Gora.
She went home.
Piotrek works Gorzów Wlkp.
He went his friend's house.
She arrived Manchester for the celebrations.
I'm going to stay home this weekend.
Joanna works the hospital.
Why don't we go the movies tonight?
I'm going to see Hania France this summer.
I arrived work early this morning.
She came home early.
We stayed the Mieszko Hotel.
They visited England last summer.
She's going to travel Finland this summer.
I'll be school later today.
|above||higher than sth.||The picture hangs above my bed.|
|across||from one side to the other side||You mustn't go across this road here.|
There isn't a bridge across the river.
|after||one follows the other||The cat ran after the dog.|
|against||directed towards sth.||The bird flew against the window.|
|along||in a line; from one point to another||They're walking along the beach.|
|among||in a group||I like being among people.|
|around||in a circular way||We're sitting around the campfire.|
|behind||at the back of||Our house is behind the supermarket.|
|below||lower than sth.||Death Valley is 86 metres below sea level.|
|beside||next to||Our house is beside the supermarket.|
|between||sth./sb. is on each side||Our house is between the supermarket and the school.|
|by||near||He lives in the house by the river.|
|close to||near||Our house is close to the supermarket.|
|down||from high to low||He came down the hill.|
|from||the place where it starts||Do you come from Tokyo?|
|in front of||the part that is in the direction it faces||Our house is in front of the supermarket.|
|inside||opposite of outside||You shouldn't stay inside the castle.|
|into||entering sth.||You shouldn't go into the castle.|
|near||close to||Our house is near the supermarket.|
|next to||beside||Our house is next to the supermarket.|
|off||away from sth.||The cat jumped off the roof.|
|onto||moving to a place||The cat jumped onto the roof.|
|opposite||on the other side||Our house is opposite the supermarket.|
|out of||leaving sth.||The cat jumped out of the window.|
|outside||opposite of inside||Can you wait outside?|
|over||above sth./sb.||The cat jumped over the wall.|
|past||going near sth./sb.||Go past the post office.|
|round||in a circle||We're sitting round the campfire.|
|through||going from one point to the other point||You shouldn't walk through the forest.|
|to||towards sth./sb.||I like going to Australia.|
Can you come to me?
I've never been to Africa.
|towards||in the direction of sth.||We ran towards the castle.|
|under||below sth.||The cat is under the table.|
|up||from low to high||He went up the hill.|
Fill the gaps with the correct prepositions.
- We live London.
- Would you like to go the cinema tonight?
- No, thanks. I was the cinema yesterday.
- We are going holiday next week.
- There is a bridge the river.
- The flight from Leipzig to London was Frankfurt.
- my wall, there are many picture postcards.
- Who is the person this picture?
- Come the sitting room, we want to watch TV.
- Munich lies 530 meters sea level.