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  • PREPOSITIONSabout

  • about above

  • about above across

  • about above across ahead of

  • about above across ahead of among

  • about above across ahead of among around

  • about above across ahead of among around at

  • about above across ahead of among around at back

  • about above across ahead of among around at back before

  • about above across ahead of among around at back before behind

  • below

  • below beside

  • below beside between

  • below beside between by

  • below beside between by close to

  • below beside between by close to down

  • below beside between by close to down for

  • below beside between by close to down for from

  • below beside between by close to down for from in

  • below beside between by close to down for from in in front of

  • below beside between by close to down for from in in front of into

  • below beside between by close to down for from in in front of into like

  • below beside between by close to down for from in in front of into like near

  • below beside between by close to down for from in in front of into like near next to

  • below beside between by close to down for from in in front of into like near next to of

  • below beside between by close to down for from in in front of into like near next to of on

  • below beside between by close to down for from in in front of into like near next to of on out of

  • below beside between by close to down for from in in front of into like near next to of on out of

  • over

  • over since

  • over since through

  • over since through to

  • over since through to towards

  • over since through to towards under

  • over since through to towards under up

  • over since through to towards under up with

  • over since through to towards under up with without

  • over since through to towards under up with without until

  • over since through to towards under up with without until far from

  • over since through to towards under up with without until far from against

  • over since through to towards under up with without until far from against within

  • over since through to towards under up with without until far from against within here

  • over since through to towards under up with without until far from against within

  • in of to for at near from on

  • in a in the of the of a of some in some to a to the to some for a for the for some at a at the at some near a near the near some of your of his of her from a from the

  • in a in the in some of the of a of some

  • ....nos Estados Unidos.

  • .....da regio Amaznica.

  • ....de um humanista.

  • .....do mundo inteiro.

  • ......para o bem-estar da humanidade.

  • ........das naes ricas.

  • ...........de um dono de uma propriedade.

  • ...............of a country.

  • ......por mim.

  • .....escreve pra mim.

  • INONATa continent, a country, a state, a city, a towna street, a floora building, a house or apartment numberShe lives in California.She lives on Oak Street.She lives at The Manor.She lives in San Francisco.She lives on the fourth floor.She lives at 1260 Oak Street.at homein one's own houseat workat one's jobat schoolattending schoolat churchattending church services

  • INONATa room, an area of a rooman outside areaa work area insideShe is in the kitchen, in the corner.He is standing on the corner.She is at the kitchen sink.Our theater seats are in the balcony.He has an outdoor grill on the balcony.a comfortable chaira straight chair, a sofa, a couchHe sat in the chair and watched television.He sat on the chair and ate his dinner.We sat on the sofa and watched television.in bedunder the coverson the bedon top of the covers

  • INONATthe water, the air, the environmentfacing a coast, a beachthe coast, the beachThey are swimming in the water. There is pollution in the air.The house is on the beach.The whole family is at the beach.the center, the middlethe side, left, right, surfacethe beginning, start, endOur house is in the center of town.Our house is on the left side of the street.Our house is at the end of the street.the north/south/east/westthe north side/south side/east side/west sideNew England is in the north of the United States.Our house is on the south side of town.a bodily attackthe surface of the bodyThe stone hit me in the face.He has a scratch on his arm.a vehicle one cannot walk around in (car/small boat/small plane/helicopter)a vehicle one can walk around on (bus/train/large boat/airplane)Please ride in the car with us.Please ride on the bus with us.an individual vehicle (horse, bicycle, motorcycle, skates)He came over on his bike.

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