PREPOSITIONS: AT, IN, ON? (A2)

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Posted on November 21, 2012, in WORDS, DON´T COME EASY! (VOCABULARY). Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. 2. At the airport. 3. In bed. 4. On a boat. 5. In the sky. 6. At a party. 7. At the doctor’s. 8. On the second floor. 9. At work. 10. on a plane. 11. In a taxi. 12. At a wedding.

    2. In the box. 3. On the box. 4. On the wall. 5. At the bus stop. 6. In the field. 7. On the balcony. 8. In the pool. 9. At the window. 10. On the ceiling. 11. On the table. 12. At the table.

    QUIZ:
    I think there is a mistake in number 29: Are you doing anything on the weekend? I think the correct answer is at the weekend.
    In number 30 (We live at this address) I have a doubt: Can I say in this address? For example I say “She lives in Colon Street” and that is an address.
    Number 19 (On second thought): If second is time, why not can I say at second?

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    • 29. As Adolfo mentioned today in class, in American English they say ON the weekend; AT the weekend OR AT WEEKENDS are British.
      30. I live In Colon Street BUT I live at 45, Colon Street.

      19. ON SECOND THOUGHT(S) is a set phrase which means “pensándolo bien”; second is not time; you say “on the second floor” too.
      I HOPE YOU UNDERSTAND
      CU
      CARMEN

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  2. 2. At the airport.3. In bed. 4. On a boat.5. In the sky.6. At a party.7. At the doctor’s.8. On the second floor.9. At work.10. On a plane.11. In a taxi.12. At a wedding.

    2. In the box. 3. On the box. 4. On the wall. 5. At bus stop. 6. In the field. 7. On the balcony 8. In the pool. 9. At the window. 10. On the ceiling. 11. On the table. 12. At the table.

    QUIZ:

    Question 22 in “Buy Some bread and milk on your way home.” because it is not “at”.

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  3. I doubted with:
    in the doctor’s
    in a wedding
    in the pool
    at the window
    on the ceiling.
    The rest is clear.

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  4. Check Laura´s answers!
    ok?
    CARMEN

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