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Prepositions are an essential part of the English language, as they help to convey the time and place of events in relation to others. However, learning prepositions can be a challenge for many students of English, as they often have few rules to follow. These Britlish Library Activities have been created to make learning and memorizing prepositions as easy and enjoyable as possible. Additionally, the Activities will also focus on the use of prepositions in phrasal verbs, which are equally important in achieving fluency in English. With interactive exercises and a focus on the most common prepositions, these Activities will help to improve your understanding and use of prepositions in English.

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Prepositions of Place

Activate your use of prepositions of place. A preposition of place is a preposition that we use to refer to the place where a person or object is located. The prepositions of place include above, across, against, along, among, around, at, behind, below, beside, between, by, close to, down, from, in front of, inside, in, into, near, next to, off, on, onto, opposite, out of, outside, over, past, round, through, to, towards, under, and up, and this lesson looks at the most common of them and shows the student of English how to use them correctly.  

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Categories: Vocabulary | Prepositions | Phrasal Verbs


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Shoulder Idioms

Learn some common English idioms with this vocabulary activation pack. The idioms are: Give someone the cold shoulder, To have broad shoulders, Rub elbows or shoulders with, Shoulder to cry on, Shoulder to the wheel, Have a good head on your shoulders, Carry the world on your shoulders, Look over your shoulder, Stand on the shoulders of giants, Shoulder to shoulder, A chip on your shoulder, Fall squarely on someone’s shoulders, Head and shoulders above, and A weight off your shoulders.

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Categories: Idioms | Vocabulary | Prepositions


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Orientation of Things

There are several fixed expressions using prepositions in English with which we talk about the orientation of things. If you have ever put on a jumper to find that the front is on your back and the back is on your front, or the inside is showing and the outside is hidden, then these expressions are important for you. In this lesson you will learn about inside out, back to front, upside down, the right way up, and the wrong way up. You will also learn the vocabulary: artist, button, conform, design, expose, fasten, hang on wall, point out, printed, rough, seam, smooth, and tailored.

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Categories: Vocabulary | Grammar | Phrasal Verbs | Prepositions


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Sell - Sale

People sell us things every day. Buying and selling things is what makes the world go round. This lesson will teach you the difference between on sale and for sale, as well as prepositions we use with other expressions like sell out, sell on, and up for sale.

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Categories: Vocabulary | Prepositions | Confusables


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Somewhere to Sit

In this lesson you will be looking at the following vocabulary: a degree of, ablutions, ample, back-seat driver, bums on seats, by the seat of your pants, castor, couch potato, crap, dearth, euphemistically, frame, have a seat, in the driving seat, in the hot seat, ingest, keep my seat warm, lazing, lethargic, lose yourself in something, on the edge of your seat, piece of furniture, plonked, propel, quilted, ringside seat, sluggish, sumptuous, take a back seat, take a seat, take the weight off your feet, tempted, throne, and upholstered.

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Categories: Vocabulary | Idioms | Prepositions


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