Prepositions 1

I need to go at/to/in the shop tomorrow.

I’ll see you next / at next Christmas.

I don’t know anything about / of Formula One.

I met her on / in / at 1991.

I’ll see you in / at Easter.

I like to relax in / at / to / on the holidays.

I’m interested about / in politics.

I’m going on / to / in holiday next year.

I got married on / in / at the 5th September.

See you on / the / in Monday!

Oh dear, we’re in / for trouble.

It depends on / of what you want.

I’m tired about / for / in / of this.

I don’t care about / of money.

Go up to / until the traffic lights and turn left.

I live at / on the right side of the road.

This present is for / to you.

There’s a plant hanging on top of / in / above my door.

 

Prepositions 2

I’ve got an appointment at / in / to five o’clock.

Please put your chair under / in / to the table.

She’s ill. She’s feeling a bit under / out of / into the weather.

I’ve got a lot of work to do. I’ve got to get out of the / on / in top of it.

I walked to / at / towards Lliria yesterday.

I went for / to a walk because I needed to get out of the house.

She was born at / on / in 2003.

My birthday is in / on September.

The class is on / in Wednesday.

I’ll meet you at / in / to the fountain.

I’ll be here until / up to five o’clock.

Drop by my house on / at midday.

I prefer to work in / at the evening.

Fifteen out of / from / of twenty students didn’t do the homework.

The king came in / into the room and sat down.

I’m angry about / for / through / of the game.

I haven’t done any homework since / in / for Christmas. I should get back to it now.

He’s got a lot of interesting things to say about / of / above / in the subject.

 

Prepositions 3

I lived in Wales for / during / at / since a short time in / on 1989.

It’s time to / for do your chores!

I’m angry at / with him for / to failing to do his homework.

She’ll be back on / in / at six o’clock.

I haven’t seen her since last / in last / the last year.

I’ve been living here during / since / for ten years.

I hate getting up in / at / on the morning.

She ran through / up to / up / in the stairs quickly.

I’m going down / at / across the bar tonight.

Who’s that person pointing towards / to the house?

Can you point at / in the one you want.

She’s feeling on top of / under / out of pressure at work at the moment.

I’m interested on / about / in History.

Are you worried about / for it?

I’m bored of / from / in doing this.

He arrived in / at work late.

I’m going to / in / at work now.

I’m driving through / across / around the roundabout.

 

Prepositions 4

They’ve written some very interesting articles about / of the subject.

I travelled through / across / in the English Channel by boat.

I’m in / at / around the supermarket.

I’ve been studying English for / since February.

I’ll meet you outside / out of / at the shop.

He walked into / in the house and sat down.

Seventy of / from / out of every hundred people has an unhealthy diet.

Wait a minute! I’m just about to / at the point of do it.

I was waiting for / in / during / since half an hour.

I’ll give you high marks to / for your effort.

Listen to / at / for me!

I’m standing at / in / on the bridge. Can you see me?

I always sleep on / in the sofa.

It depends on / of the circumstances.

I’m fed up with / in / for this book.

She’s furious about / for / with what you said.

The officer flew to / at New York.

I’ll see you at / on / in the classroom.

I’m on the bus at / in the moment.

He’ll argue about / of anything.

Extremist parties tend to play on / in / onto people’s fears and emotions.

She’s climbing out of / out / from / up from the swimming pool right now. Let her dry off and she’ll join us.

He fell over / on / off the football.

 

Prepositions 5

She fell over / from / off her bike.

She scratched her car as she was pulling out of / into / around / from the parking space.

You can go in / into / over now. The doctor is waiting to see you.

I didn’t see the box, even though I was right next to / near / at it.

The vase is at / in / above / on the table.

She’s sitting in / at / under her desk.

I want to go on / in / with the computer. Are you using it?

I’m leaving at / on / the Tuesday at / in three o’clock.

I’ll see you tomorrow / in tomorrow / the tomorrow morning.

I love to go walking in / on / at the autumn.

I always meet up with my friends in / on / at New Year’s Eve.

I can’t wait in / about / for the holidays.

He was buried in / at Leicester.

The conference was held at / on / to the leisure centre.

She’s coming to stay on / in the holidays.

I’m on / in / at the motorway at the moment.

You can buy sweets at / in / by the shop.

Prepositions 6

She’s on her way home of / out of / from work.

You’ll see her. She’s standing on / in / at the corner.

When I was a kid I used to play football on / in / through the street.

Have you ever been swimming in / under / on the river?

In / Of reality, she’s a good person.

Under / Underneath / Below the conditions of his visa, he has to attend language classes.

Santiago de Compostela is a small city in Galicia, in / on / at the west of Spain.

I’d love to live on / by / in the coast.

I always study by / in / at night.

I’m going to / at / into the beach.

The best thing to do when it’s sunny is to sit on / in / at the beach.

I’m going to stay at / in England for year.

Chelva is a village up of / on / by / in the mountains.

I’ve got a cottage in / through / of the woods.

They threw a ball in / through the window.

I’m in / at Valencia at the moment.

There was a lot of violence of / on / in the fifteenth century.

She is lazy. She’ll never make anything of / out of herself.

I’m sorry for / to hurting you.

She paid for her shopping and walked out of / out / from the store.

If you walk until / up to the end of the road, you’ll come at / to the traffic lights. I live in / on the right.

 

 

Prepositions 1 – ANSWERS

I need to go to the shop tomorrow.

I’ll see you next Christmas.

I don’t know anything about Formula One.

I met her in 1991.

I’ll see you at Easter.

I like to relax in the holidays.

I’m interested in politics.

I got married on the 5th September.

See you on Monday!

Oh dear, we’re in trouble.

It depends on what you want.

I’m tired of this.

I don’t care about money.

Go up to the traffic lights and turn left.

I live on the right side of the road.

This present is for you.

There’s a plant hanging above my door.

 

Prepositions 2 – ANSWERS

I’ve got an appointment at five o’clock.

Please put your chair under the table.

She’s ill. She’s feeling a bit under the weather.

I’ve got a lot of work to do. I’ve got to get on top of it.

I walked to Lliria yesterday.

I went for a walk because I needed to get out of the house.

She was born in 2003.

My birthday is in September.

The class is on Wednesday.

I’ll meet you at the fountain.

I’ll be here until five o’clock.

Drop by my house at midday.

I prefer to work in the evening.

Fifteen out of twenty students didn’t do the homework.

The king came into the room and sat down.

I’m angry about the game.

I haven’t had any homework since Christmas.

He’s got a lot of interesting things to say about the subject.

 

Prepositions 3 – ANSWERS

I lived in Wales for a short time in 1989.

It’s time to do your chores!

I’m angry with him for failing to do his homework.

She’ll be back at six o’clock.

I haven’t seen her since last year.

I’ve been living here for ten years.

I hate getting up in the morning.

She ran up the stairs quickly.

I’m going down the bar tonight.

Who’s that person pointing towards the house?

Can you point at the one you want.

She’s feeling under pressure at work at the moment.

I’m interested in History.

Are you worried about it?

I’m bored of doing this.

He arrived at work late.

I’m going to work now.

 

Prepositions 4 – ANSWERS

They’ve written some very interesting articles about the subject.

I’m in the supermarket.

I’ve been studying English since February.

I’ll meet you outside the shop.

He walked into the house and sat down.

Seventy out of every hundred people has an unhealthy diet.

Wait a minute! I’m just about to do it.

I was waiting for half an hour.

I’ll give you high marks for your effort.

Listen to me!

I’m standing on the bridge. Can you see me?

I always sleep on the sofa.

It depends on the circumstances.

I’m fed up with this book.

She’s furious about what you said.

The officer flew to New York.

I’ll see you in the classroom.

I’m on the bus at the moment.

He’ll argue about anything.

Extremist parties tend to play on people’s fears and emotions.

She’s climbing out of the swimming pool right now. Let her dry off and she’ll join us.

He fell over the football.

 

Prepositions 5 – ANSWERS

She fell off her bike.

She scratched her car as she was pulling out of the parking space.

You can go in now. The doctor is waiting to see you.

I didn’t see the box, even though I was right next to it.

The vase is on the table.

She’s sitting at her desk.

I want to go on the computer. Are you using it?

I’m leaving on Tuesday at three o’clock.

I’ll see you tomorrow morning.

I love to go walking in the autumn.

I always meet up with my friends on New Year’s Eve.

I can’t wait for the holidays.

He was buried in Leicester.

The conference was held at the leisure centre.

She’s coming to stay in the holidays.

I’m on the motorway at the moment.

You can buy sweets at the shop.

 

Prepositions 6 – ANSWERS

She’s on her way home from work.

You’ll see her. She’s standing on the corner.

When I was a kid I used to play football in the street.

Have you ever been swimming in the river?

In reality, she’s a good person.

Under the conditions of his visa, he has to attend language classes.

Santiago de Compostela is a small city in Galicia, in the west of Spain.

I’d love to live on the coast.

I always study at night.

I’m going to the beach.

The best thing to do when it’s sunny is to sit on the beach.

I’m going to stay in England for year.

Chelva is a village up in the mountains.

I’ve got a cottage in the woods.

They threw a ball through the window.

I’m in Valencia at the moment.

There was a lot of violence in the fifteenth century.

She is lazy. She’ll never make anything of herself.

I’m sorry for hurting you.

She paid for her shopping and walked out of the store.

If you walk up to the end of the road, you’ll come to the traffic lights. I live on the right.

 

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