Hello dear student! Understanding prepositions, especially those related to movement, is a crucial component of mastering English.
These small words can change the meaning of a sentence and are fundamental for expressing direction, location, and distance. Today, I’ve prepared a set of activities to help you grasp the concept of “Prepositions of Movement”.
By the end of these exercises, you’ll be more confident in your ability to use them accurately in your everyday conversations.
1) Put the Sentences in the Correct Order – Prepositions of Movement
a) through / I / walked / the / park
I walked through the park.
2) Fix Grammatical Errors – Prepositions of Movement Exercises
a) I go to in the park.
I go to the park.
3) Practice your Vocabulary Completing the Sentences
a) I walked xxxr the bxxxge.
I walked over the bridge.
4) About Prepositions of Movement, Write the Obvious Questions to the Answers
a) He went into the house. (Where…)
Where did he go?
Well done on completing these activities! Remember, learning prepositions and their correct usage can significantly improve your fluency and comprehension in English.
Whenever you read a book, watch a movie, or have a conversation in English, try to notice how prepositions of movement are used.
This real-life exposure, combined with practice exercises like these, will solidify your understanding. Keep up the great work, and always strive for improvement. Happy learning!