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Prepositions of Spatial Relationship—F-O

Summary:

This resource provides guidelines for using prepositions in your writing.

Contributors:Tony Cimasko
Last Edited: 2013-03-22 08:42:06

From

He came from the house.

He came from the house.

In front of

The girl is in front of the boy.

The girl is in front of the boy.

Inside

He is inside the house.

He is inside the house.

Nearby

There is a tree nearby the house.

There is a tree nearby the house.

Off

His hat is off.

His hat is off.

Out of

He came out of the house.

He came out of the house.

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