Grammar homework due on Friday 3rd November

when we return from half term, we will be looking at a group of words known as prepositions. There are several times of prepositions and we would like the children to do the following:

1. Write a definition for time prepositions. Give examples and create a word bank.

2. Write a definition for place prepositions. Give examples and create a word bank.

3.Write a definition for directional prepositions. Give examples and create a word bank.

4,Write a definition for agent prepositions. Give 3 examples.

5. Write a definition for place prepositions. Give 3 examples.

6. Write a definition for place prepositions. Give 3 examples.

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Types of prepositions

18 thoughts on “Grammar homework due on Friday 3rd November

  1. A year later he died
    In a month you will be my friend
    Next week I am going to dab
    With a game he played
    By a year he played games

    A preposition is a statement where you name a place.
    Under the chair
    Above the computer
    On the table 😉

    There is a doll staring at me between the sofas
    The ball is with the football coach
    The car is in the wash

  2. 1. a time preposition tells you the time when something is going to happen or has happened. at night, at bed, at evening, at 3 ‘o’ clock, in the stone age, in the future.
    2. it is a fronted adverbial for where. in a hall, in the class, on the table, on the cloud, on the moon.
    3. a directional preposition expresses the direction of something. she is going TO the classroom. He is going TOWARDS the ghost. Dad threw his iPhone into the river.
    4an agent preposition is used to express the casual relationship between a noun. The twits is a book wrote BY Roal Dahl.I like to go to school BY car. We are going to Spain BY plane.

  3. 1.a time preposition is a word that tells you when something is happening ,after ,next, then, finally

    2.a place preposition is a word that tells you were something is happening. there, under, over, next-to

    3.word bank.it is a word that is telling you were to go and directions. forwards, backwards, sideways,

    4.a agent preposition tells you who done what
    Callum wrote that book.
    Robyn wrote that poem.
    Vikki drew that picture.

  4. 1.a time preposition is a word that tells you when something is happening ,after ,next, then, finally
    2. a place preposition is a word that tells you were something is happening in front, under, below.
    3. a directional preposition tells you were to go and directions. left, right, forwards, backwards
    4. an agent preposition tells you who done what.
    Summer climbed that wall
    Amber rode that horse
    phoebe has that BB8

  5. At night – The stars shine at night.
    At the weekend – I don’t usually work at the weekend.
    At Christmas – I stay with my family at Christmas.
    1. About,
    2.After,
    3.Across,
    4.Against,
    5.Along.

    In front of – He started talking to the man in front him.
    Under – The cat is under the chair.
    Below – The plane is below the cloud
    1. At home
    2. After work
    3. At school
    4. In a car
    5. On a bus

    Around – We Sat around the campfire.
    Against – I lead against the wall.
    Among – I like being among people.
    1.Among
    2.Around
    3.Near
    4.Beside
    5.between

    By – This book is written by Shakespeare.
    By – The work was completed by him.
    By – She comes to work by bus.

  6. 1. Write a definition for time prepositions. Give examples and create a word bank.
    2. Write a definition for place prepositions. Give examples and create a word bank.
    3.Write a definition for directional prepositions. Give examples and create a word bank.
    4,Write a definition for agent prepositions. Give 3 examples.
    5. Write a definition for place prepositions. Give 3 examples.
    6. Write a definition for place prepositions. Give 3 examples.

    1. Time prepositions are phrases like In March, On Sunday, At 3 o’clock
    The starters are mainly IN, AT and ON.
    2. Place prepositions are phrases you use to describe where you are. In
    the hall, In the school, In the cupboard , In the den, In a box , In a car in a library etc.
    3. Directional prepositions are words that tell you where the noun is going. For example They are going to the ice cream shop. To is the directional word,
    The ball was coming towards her. Towards I the directional word.
    4. Agent prepositions express a casual relationship between the noun and action. Examples are: The nice fairy-tale book was written by John Clook. The noise were made by the children. The cake was made by Martha.
    5.

  7. 1) a time preposition refers to time in various ways E.g in, at,to, on ,by
    Darcey was born in 2016

    2) a place preposition are used for types of places E.G in,on,at
    Kelsey was waiting at the bus stop

    3) the direction preposition tells the direction of something EG into,through,towards ,to
    Kelsey went into the playground ,

    4) A agent preposition is used to tell a relationship between an noun and an action

    A nice cake was made by Sam.A lot of mess was made by the kids.
    John was causing a lot of trouble with his friends

    5) place preposition is used for several places
    Dinner is on the table . on the wall there is a a basketball
    a working wall is at the classroom

  8. 1. A preposition of time is a preposition that allows you to discuss a certain time
    period such as a date on the calendar, one of the days of the week, or the
    actuall
    time something takes place.
    (1) The girl wanted picking up from the movies that day.
    (2) Kai ran through the leaves in autumn.
    (3) The wolf howled at midnight.
    Time
    Spring January Monday First(ly)
    Winter February Tuesday Second(ly)
    Autumn March Wednesday Third(ly)
    Summer April Thursday Next
    May Friday Finally
    June Saturday Lastly
    July Sunday Meanwhile
    August
    September
    October
    November
    December

    2. A prepostion which is used to refer a place where someone or something is
    located.
    (1) The girl stood in the shed.
    (2) Kai ran through the forest.
    (3) The wolf sat on the mountain edge.
    Place
    Infront On the edge of
    Behind In the middle of
    Below In
    Above
    In line with
    Inside
    Outside

    3. It tells you where to go or where to put someting.They show us where or in
    which direction something moves.
    (1) The girl put the bug onto the leaf.
    (2) Kai hid in a bush.
    (3) The wolf went through a portal.
    Direction
    Forwards Into
    Backwards Onto
    Left In
    Right On
    Diagonaly Out of
    Through

    4. An agent preposition is a word that describes where something is.
    (1) The girl sat next to the window, in her bedroom.
    (2) Kai was running through the forest.
    (3) The wolf was laying down in a lushious green field.

    5/6. A place preposition is where the text describes where someone/thing is or
    was.
    (1) The deer sat in it’s woodland home.
    (2) Eric stood in the dark old train station.
    (3) Scarlet sniffed the beautifull dancing flowers as she slumped near their
    stand.
    (4) The plane chased through the city to find Scarlet next to the flower stand.
    (5) The dog, in his owners house, chased his little tail.
    (6) Kai hid under his blanket.

  9. 1.A preposition of time is a preposition that allows you to discuss a specific time period like a date on the calendar or one of the days of the week.
    exp. now,after,finally,previously
    2.A preposition of place is a preposition which is used to refer to a place where something or someone is located.
    exp.between,out of,within,on
    3.A preposition of direction tells where to go or where to put something.
    Prepositions of direction show us to where or in which direction something moves.
    exp.go into, go up,go under
    4.Preposition of Agent. A preposition tries to create a relation of a noun or pronoun with another noun, adjective or verb in a sentence.
    exp.by,on,for
    5.A preposition of place is a preposition which is used to mean a place where something or someone is located.
    exp.between,out of,within,on
    6..A preposition of place is a preposition which is used to mean a place where something or someone is located.
    exp.between,out of,within,on

  10. I went to the shop for my mum because she fells sick ill tired
    I have went to the football to see my team play. Playing silently carefully silently go to mummy bedroom ; eat her cake silently quickly I am looking for my mum ring for her looking tiredly ringing I went to my grandma mars house to sleep round running silently dashing I am going for a walk with my brother and mum sprinting walking running

  11. 1. In front of- He walked towards the woman in front of him
    2. Under- My kitty hides under my bed
    3. Below- The mole lives below the soil
    4. Against- I leaned against the hippo
    5. At- I sneezed at the shop

  12. 1.A time preposition is a word that tells you when something is happening. For example: next, on, then and after.
    2.A place preposition is a word that tells you where something is happening. For example: under, on, behind and near.
    3.A directional preposition tells you the direction of something. For example: to, up, down and from.
    4.An agent preposition is a word which is a cause of another thing in a sentence. For example: by, with.

    A time preposition: On Monday I went to the beach.
    A place preposition: Under my table there was a cow.
    A directional preposition: The hikers walked up the hill.
    An agent preposition: The person was slapped by Steve.

  13. 1.A time preposition is a word that tells you when something is happening. For example: next, on, then and after.
    2.A place preposition is a word that tells you where something is happening. For example: under, on, behind and near.
    3.A directional preposition tells you the direction of something. For example: to, up, down and from.
    4.An agent preposition is a word which is a cause of another thing in a sentence. For example: by, with.

    A time preposition: On Tuesday I went to the beach.
    A place preposition: Under my table there was a cat
    A directional preposition: The dog walked up the hill.
    An agent preposition: The person was slapped by Robert

  14. 1.a time preposition is a word that tells you when something is happening.For example: at noon, at night,at 12 oclock
    2.a placed preposition is a word that tells you where something is happening.For example:at, in, under or behind.
    3.a directional preposition tells you the direction of something.For example:along,past,through or behind.

  15. 1.a place preposition is a thing that says that an thing is in that place that it said example . next below above between and nearby
    2. a time preposition tell the time for example. yesterday tomorrow week year and 12.00 o,clock
    3.a directional preposition tell you were a thing will go for example.left right up down
    4. an agent preposition it make a thing come in the scene for example .with by close

    time Tomorrow I will go to the park.
    place Between the trees were people .
    directional – Jim was going up the stairs.
    agent – The ball was kicked by Jim.

  16. a preposition is a word governing, and usually preceding, a noun or pronoun and expressing a relation to another word or element in the clause, as in ‘the man on the platform’, ‘she arrived after dinner’, ‘what did you do it for ?’. For a example
    1. He came by the office in a big hurry.
    2. She turned up that street.
    3. Tom lived down the street.

    particles:

    1. He came by his fortune honestly.

    2. She turned up her nose.

    3. We finally lived down incidients

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