PREPOSITIONS (ALL in ONE EASY)

Prepositions

In                    =  içinde, -de da                                        in Marmaris

On                  = Üstünde, -de, -da                           on the table

At                   = Yanında, yakınında, -de, -da               at the door

Under             = Altında,                                           under these conditions

Over                = Üzerinde                                                over the city

Into                 = İçeri doğru                                     go into the room!

Out of                         = Dışarı doğru,                             come out of the car!

Between         = Arasında,                                       between the trees

Next to           = İlerisinde,                                               next to the bank

Behind           = Arkasında                                      behind the door

In front of       = Önünde                                                 in front of the car

Across            = Karşısında                                     walk across the street

Along              = Boyunca                                                 along the road

Up                  = Yukarı doğru,                                 come up

Down              = Aşağı doğru                                           go down

 

In  =  içinde, -de da

We spent our holiday in Turkey

He lives in a small village.

I saw him in the street.

The man in the photograph is my uncle.

Gaziantep is in the south east of Turkey.

I was in the bed.

Jack is in prison.

Sally is in hospital.

 

At = Yanında, yakınında, -de, -da

She is waiting at the bus stop,

The teacher is at the blackboard.

Somebody is at the door.

Jane is at the window,

My father is at work now.

I am at home now.

Jim is a student at university.

 

Zamanlarda kullanımı

In:    in 1881

in May

in the summer of last year

in the morning

On:  on Monday

on Christmas Day

on my birthday

on the 8th of March

At:   at 2.00 PM.

at lunch time

at noon

at the midnight

 

 

idealist

very enthusiastic language learner

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  1. idealist says:

    Tell me (is it easy:))?

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