PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE
IN FRONT OF
PREPOSITIONS OF MOVEMENT
Some sentences with prepositions of place and movement
- My grandparents live above my apartment.
- There is a basement below my apartment.
- I like this picture on the wall.
- The dog is hiding under the bed. He must be really scared of something.
- Sally sits in front of me in the classroom. She is very tall, so I sometimes have hard time seeing what the teacher is writing on the blackboard.
- Mark sits behind me in the classroom and he always pokes me in the back with his pencil. I hate that!
- Mary’s pen is in her pencil case.
- Greg and Vicky sit next to each other in the classroom. He always copies from her during the test.
- The child likes sitting between his mom and dad.
- The teacher stood among his students.
- There is a big park near my building. We go there on the weekend.
- My school isn’t very far from my house.
- He jumped onto the platform of the ship at the last moment.
- He fell off the bike and hurt his elbow.
- The ball fell off the desk and went under it and almost hit me.
- The ball flew over my head.
- Move away from the car! It is going backwards!
- He went away from home since he didn’t want to live with his parents.
- Be careful! The truck is moving towards you!
- I went past your house yesterday and the light in your room was off. Where were you?
- I can see some cherry trees through the window of my bedroom.
- Don’t run downstairs! You might fall.
- Some very good neighbors live downstairs.
- She ran out of the house in a hurry.
- Take these bags into the living room.
- Archie ran around the tree chasing the cat.
- Just go along this road and you will see the hotel.
- Hey! Can you see Mia over there, across the road? She is talking to someone.
- Could you reach the book that is on the top shelf, just above the TV?
- Divers were sent below to check the wreck and see if there is treasure on it.
- The book is on the desk.
- Come and sit next to me. I would like to talk to you about something.