True or False? Recognizing Prepositional Phrases. Know Your Phrases. Song Titles. The following line contains a prepositional phrase: "They'll never take my body from your side. Fill in the blank with the correct preposition to complete the prepositional phrase. Which of the following answer choices includes a prepositional phrase? A I don't care.
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But Wait, What Is a Preposition?
Challenge your students to our music-themed SPaG quiz by filing in the blanks. Can they beat your score? See how well they know their prepositions with our quick pop quiz. There are 24 songs, all of which have a missing preposition in the title. You can skip if you get stuck, or just click on each answer box if you want to answer specific ones in your own order you rebel! Aimed at saving teachers time and energy by providing them with limitless customisable maths resources,.
Prepositions of Place
This post also has a lot of music. If you want to speak English well , you have to learn English grammar. So get your headphones or speakers ready, and get ready to start listening! I know that when I was about 13 years old, I learned what a preposition was. But then I forgot it for a long time, until I started learning German and then became an English teacher. Basically, a preposition is a word that describes the relationship between two nouns. A noun is a person, place, thing or idea. If you change one part of the phrasal verb, it can often change the meaning completely. And one of the best places to find natural phrases in English is songs! So this post will look at many different examples of prepositions in English songs.
This lesson featuring the Beatles song ' Lucy in The Sky With Diamonds ' will help you to practise your listening skills and revise using prepositions of place. Watch the video and listen to the song , to get a general idea of what it is about. When you have listened to the song, scroll down the page to read the lyrics. Watch the video again and listen for the words needed to complete the gaps. When you feel confident you know the answers, type in the missing words. Use the words in the word box to help you. You will need to use some words more than once. Picture yourself a boat on a river, tangerine trees and marmalade skies. Somebody calls you, you answer quite slowly, A girl kaleidoscope eyes. Cellophane flowers yellow and green, Towering your head.